Arts Preview 2012-13: Visual arts and museum events

September 7, 2012 

  • About Arts Preview 2012-13

    The Herald-Leader and LexGo.com's Arts Preview strives to give you the most up-to-date information available. But as always, times, dates, prices and other information are subject to change. Call ahead before making plans.

    Events are listed based on information provided by the venue or presenting organization. This is not a complete list.

    Events are listed at the discretion of the Herald-Leader and LexGo.com and run as space permits.

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    The Herald-Leader publishes a full arts and entertainment calendar in print each Friday in Weekender and highlights each Sunday in Living Sunday. Other calendars are published in print at other times.

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    CONTRIBUTORS

    Calendar team: Harriett Hendren, Camille Weber and Dorothea Wingo

    Writer: Rich Copley. Reach him at (859) 231-3217 or 1-800-950-6397, Ext. 3217, or rcopley@herald-leader.com. Read his blog, Copious Notes, at LexGo.com.

    Editor: Scott Shive. Reach him by email or at (859) 231-1412 or 1-800-950-6397, Ext. 1412.

    Designer: Randy Medema.

    Copy editor: Mary Sondergard.

This calendar includes listings for exhibits at art and history museums and galleries. Venue hours and addresses are not listed for space considerations. Contact the venue or presenting organization for that information, or go to Calendar.kentucky.com for details. All exhibits are free unless otherwise noted.

Jacob Stanley: Dielectric Embrace. Through Sept. 9. LAL @ Loudoun House, Lexington. (859) 254-7024. lexingtonartleague.org.

Kentucky.7 Biennial. Through Sept. 9. LAL @ Loudoun House, Lexington. (859) 254-7024. lexingtonartleague.org.

Rudy Medlock: Ceramics. Through Sept. 12. Asbury University Kinlaw Library Gallery, Wilmore. (859) 858-3511, Ext. 2250. asbury.edu.

The Dragon and the Deep Sea: The Art of Ted Lee Nathanson. Through Sept. 14. Jane Chancellor Moore Gallery, Frankfort. janechancellormooregallery.com.

The Hanover Connection: Installations by Leticia Bajuyo and Deb Whistler. Through Sept. 14. Georgetown College Anne Wright Wilson Fine Arts Gallery, Georgetown. (502) 863-8399. georgetowncollege.edu/galleries.

Old Masters to Monet: Three Centuries of French Painting From the Wadsworth Atheneum. Through Sept. 16. Taft Museum of Art, Cincinnati. $8, $6 ages 60 and older and students 18 and older, free for ages 17 and younger. (513) 241-0343. taftmuseum.org.

Andy Warhol: Myths. Through Sept. 16. Speed Art Museum, 2035 S. Third St., Louisville. $10 adults, $8 seniors, $5 ages 3-17, free for ages 2 and younger. (502) 634-2700. speedmuseum.org.

Dead Ducks and Decoys: A Collection of New and Recent Paintings and Collage Drawings by Jack Girard. Through Sept. 21. EKU Fred P. Giles Art Gallery, Richmond. (859) 622-8135. eku.edu.

Some Small Wonder: The Sculpture of Travis Draves. Through Sept. 21. EKU Fred P. Giles Art Gallery, Richmond. (859) 622-8135. eku.edu.

Lasting Legacy: The Proskauer Collection. Through Sept. 23. The Art Museum at UK, Lexington. (859) 257-5716. uky.edu/artmuseum.

Inside/Out. Through Sept. 23. Speed Art Museum, 2035 S. Third St., Louisville. $10 adults, $8 seniors, $5 ages 3-17, free for ages 2 and younger. (502) 634-2700. speedmuseum.org.

Allison Luce: Ceramics. Through Sept. 24. Asbury University Z.T. Johnson Gallery, Wilmore. (859) 858-3511, Ext. 2250. asbury.edu.

Art Attack. Through Sept. 25. Woodford County Library Midway Branch, Midway. (859) 846-4014. woodfordcountylibrary.org.

Grace and Form: A Collaboration Between Erica de la O and Julius Friedman. Through Sept. 26. Actors Theatre of Louisville, Louisville. actorstheatre.org.

Scott Gibbs paintings. Through Sept. 26. Cincinnati Bar Association building, Cincinnati. (513) 587-0220. collectorsartgroup.com.

Jesseca Ferguson: Museum of Memory. Through Sept. 29. U of L Hite Galleries, Louisville. (502) 852-6794. louisville.edu/art.

Rebecca Denfip: 5 ft. Interruption. Through Sept. 30. U of L Hite Galleries, Louisville. (502) 852-6794. louisville.edu/art.

Francis Upritchard: A Long Wait. Through Sept. 30. Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati. $7.50, $6.50 ages 65 and older, $5.50 students, $4.50 ages 3-13. (513) 345-8400. contemporaryartscenter.org.

It's Easy Beading Green. Through Sept. 30. The Art Museum at UK, Lexington. (859) 257-5716. uky.edu/ArtMuseum.

Paintings, Sculpture, Prints, and Mixed Media. Through Sept. 30. Heike Pickett Gallery and Sculpture Garden, Versailles. (859) 233-1263. heikepickettgallery.com.

Samurai. Through Sept. 30. Frazier History Museum, Louisville. $10.50 adults, $9.50 military, $8.50 seniors, $7.50 students with valid ID, $6 ages 5-17. (502) 753-5663. fraziermuseum.org.

Steven Hagan. Through Oct. 6. Flame Run Studio and Gallery at Glassworks, Louisville. (502) 584-5353. flamerun.com.

Spirits of the Past: Photography From the Old Taylor and Old Crow Distilleries by Rhett L. Beck. Through Oct. 12. Grand Theatre Gallery, Frankfort. grandtheatrefrankfort.org.

CONSTRUCT: Gordon Gildersleeve, Garry Bibbs, Helene Steene and Steve Armstrong. Through Oct. 13. ArtsPlace, Lexington. (859) 255-2951. lexarts.org.

Retrospect: Contemporary Photographers and the U of L Photographic Archives. Through Oct. 13. Cressman Center for Visual Arts, Louisville. (502) 852-0288. louisville.edu/art.

Willie R. Rascoe: The Core of Nature's Beauty, Art of an African American Folk Artist. Through Oct. 19. Living Arts and Science Center, Lexington. (859) 252-5222. lasclex.org.

American Academy of Equine Art Fall Open Jury Exhibition. Through Oct. 24. Scott County Arts & Cultural Center, Georgetown. (502) 863-3068.

Tommy Taylor: Shadowland. Through Oct. 27. Institute 193, Lexington. institute193.org.

Cincinnati and the Civil War: The Queen City Responds 1861-1862. Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal, Cincinnati. Through Dec. 14. All-museum Pass $12.50 adults, $11.50 seniors, $8.50 ages 3-12, $4.50 ages 2 and younger. 1-800-733-2077. cincymuseum.org.

Elizabeth Bryant: LeWitt Still Lifes. Through Dec. 22. Carl Solway Gallery, Cincinnati. (513) 621-0069. solwaygallery.com.

Sol LeWitt: Editions and Structures, 1970-2005. Through Dec. 22. Carl Solway Gallery, Cincinnati. (513) 621-0069. solwaygallery.com.

Stephen Berens: Thinking of Pinturicchio (While Looking Out Sol LeWitt's Windows). Through Dec. 22. Carl Solway Gallery, Cincinnati. (513) 621-0069. solwaygallery.com.

Realized in Wood: Contemporary Prints From China. Through Dec. 23. Headley-Whitney Museum, Lexington. $10 adults, $7 students and seniors, free for ages 5 and younger. (859) 255-6653. headley-whitney.org.

Tibetan Fashion: Photographs by Zhang Fuquan. Through Dec. 23. Headley-Whitney Museum, Lexington. $10 adults, $7 students and seniors, free for ages 5 and younger. (859) 255-6653. headley-whitney.org.

Convergence: Highlights From the Collection 2012. 21C Museum Hotel, Louisville. Through Jan. 21. (502) 217-6300. www.21cmuseumhotels.com.

Blue: Matter, Mood and Melancholy. 21C Museum Hotel, Louisville. Through Jan. 21. (502) 217-6300. www.21cmuseumhotels.com.

The Threads That Bind: Textiles by Kentucky Artisans. Through Feb. 23. Kentucky Artisan Center, Berea. (859) 985-5448. kentuckyartisancenter.ky.gov.

Family Portraits: Works by Stafford Smith, Nicole McCormick Santiago, Leslie Shiels and Dale Inglett. Sept. 12-Oct. 11. MSU Claypool-Young Art Gallery, Morehead. www.moreheadstate.edu.

Fredonia. Sept 14-Oct. 12. Land of Tomorrow Gallery, 527 E. Third St., Lexington. (502) 632-6500. landoftomorrow.org.

Diana: A Celebration. Sept. 15-Jan. 13. Frazier History Museum, Louisville. $21.50 adults, $19.50 seniors and military, $10 ages 4-14, free for ages 3 and younger. (502) 753-5663. fraziermuseum.org.

Creative Art League of Jessamine County Creative Paint Out. Sept. 15. Jessamine County Courthouse, Nicholasville. (859) 885-5536.

20th Anniversary freshART. Sept. 15. Behringer-Crawford Museum, Covington. $65. (859) 491-4003. bcmuseum.org.

Fall Arts Festival at Josephine Sculpture Park. Sept. 16. Josephine Sculpture Park, Frankfort. josephinesculpturepark.org.

Mettle: UK Art Faculty Exhibition. Sept. 16-Dec. 23. The Art Museum at UK, Lexington. (859) 257-5716. uky.edu/artmuseum.

Ink in the Cage: The Stories Behind MMA Fighter Tattoos. Sept. 17-Oct. 26. Transylvania University Morlan Gallery, Lexington. (859) 233-8142. transy.edu/morlan.

Georgetown Stories. Sept. 21-Oct. 3. Georgetown College Cochenour Gallery, Georgetown. (502) 863-8399. georgetowncollege.edu/galleries.

Collaborate: A Creative Visual Potential. Sept. 21-Oct. 19. M.S. Rezny Studio/Gallery, Lexington. msrezny.com.

Trees of 40 Fruit by Sam Van Aken, American Meat Locker, new work by Hasan Elahi, new work by SuttonBeresCuller and Routine Labor by Liz Cohen. Sept. 21-Nov. 2. Land of Tomorrow Louisville, 233 W. Broadway, Louisville. (502) 632-6500. landoftomorrow.org.

Paracosmos: New Paintings by Renee Robbins. Sept. 21-Nov. 4. Ann Tower Gallery, Lexington. (859) 425-1188. anntowergallery. com.

pARTy FOR EVERYONE art fair. Sept. 21. Cheapside Park Fifth Third Bank Pavilion, Lexington. (859) 254-7024. lexingtonartleague.org.

Stitch in Time: An Antique Quilt Exhibit. Sept. 21-23. Jack Jouett House Historic Site, Versailles. $5-$10. jouetthouse.org.

Latino Arts Blend. 5-8 p.m. Sept. 21. Carnegie Center for Literacy and Learning, 251 W. Second St., Lexington. (859) 254-4175. carnegieliteracy.org.

Garden Party: Impressionist Masters Show. Sept. 21. Georgetown Ice House Gallery, Georgetown. (502) 542-2155.

Boomslang: Bizarre Bazaar. Sept. 22. Third Street Stuff Coffee, Lexington. Free admission. boomslangfest.com.

The 200. Sept. 22-Oct. 12. LAL @ Loudoun House, Lexington. (859) 254-7024. lexingtonartleague.org.

Empty Bowls. Sept. 22. Bourbon N' Toulouse, Lexington. $15 donation. (859) 389-9681. kentuckymudworks.com.

Green Acres: Artists Farming Fields, Greenhouses and Abandoned Lots. Sept. 22-Jan. 20. Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati. $7.50, $5.50 seniors and students. (513) 345-8400. contemporaryartscenter.org.

Image Machine: Andy Warhol and Photography. Sept. 22-Jan. 20. Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati. $7.50, $5.50 seniors and students. (513) 345-8400. contemporaryartscenter.org.

Exhibition by Claudia Miller. Sept. 25-Oct. 19. Asbury University Z.T. Johnson Gallery, Wilmore. (859) 858-3511, Ext. 2250. asbury.edu.

BookEnviron by Meda and Veda Rives. Sept. 28-Oct. 19. Georgetown College Anne Wright Wilson Fine Arts Gallery, Georgetown. (502) 863-8399. georgetowncollege.edu/galleries.

Fourth Friday: The 200. Sept. 28. LAL @ Loudoun House, Lexington. $7. (859) 254-7024. lexingtonartleague.org.

Divided We Stood: Northern Kentucky in the Civil War. Sept. 29-Feb. 17. Behringer-Crawford Museum, Covington. (859) 491-4003. bcmuseum.org.

Reverberations of the Civil War Juried Exhibition. Oct. 1-26. EKU Fred P. Giles Art Gallery, Richmond. (859) 622-8135.

Darryl Halbrooks: Recent Work. Oct. 1-26. EKU Fred P. Giles Art Gallery, Richmond. (859) 622-8135. eku.edu.

The Kentucky Watercolor Society: Aqueous USA 2012. Oct. 4-Nov. 11. Actors Theatre of Louisville, Louisville. (502) 584-1205. actorstheatre.org.

Robert C. May Endowment Photography Lecture Series: David Hilliard. Oct. 5-Nov. 11. The Art Museum at UK Richard B. Freeman Gallery, Lexington. Lecture 4 p.m. Nov. 2 in UK Student Center Worsham Theater. (859) 257-5716. uky.edu/artmuseum.

St. John's Quilters Quilt and Craft Show. Oct. 6. St. John's Lutheran Church, Lexington.

Star Power: Edward Steichen's Glamour Photography. Oct. 12-Jan. 27. Taft Museum of Art, Cincinnati. $8, $6 ages 60 and older and students 18 and older, free for ages 17 and younger. (513) 241-0343. taftmuseum.org.

A Quilt Gathering with the Mountain Laurel Quilters. Oct. 19-20. Optimist Club Sports Complex, London. mountainlaurelquiltersclub.org.

Perspectives: Celebrating a Decade of the Dr. Donald L. and Dorothy Jacobs Gallery. Oct. 19-Nov. 9. Georgetown College Cochenour Gallery, Georgetown. (502) 863-8399. georgetowncollege.edu/galleries.

encre: rouge, blanc, noire. Oct. 19. Griffins Modern Motel, Lexington.

Approach. Oct. 20-Nov. 25. LAL @ Loudoun House, Lexington. (859) 254-7024. lexingtonartleague.og.

Senior Exhibit: Jonathan Johnson. Oct. 23-Nov. 12. Asbury University Kinlaw Library Gallery, Wilmore. (859) 858-3511, Ext 2250.

Senior Exhibit: Seth Earnest. Oct. 23-Nov. 12. Asbury University Z.T. Johnson Gallery, Wilmore. (859) 858-3511, Ext. 2250. asbury.edu.

New Country: Contemporary Depictions of Ruralism. Oct. 24-Nov. 20. MSU Claypool-Young Art Gallery, Morehead. moreheadstate.edu.

Gray Lyons: Borderland. Oct. 26-Nov. 21. Georgetown College Anne Wright Wilson Fine Arts Gallery, Georgetown. (502) 863-8399. georgetowncollege.edu/galleries.

Fourth Friday: Halloween with Approach. Oct. 26. LAL @ Loudoun House, Lexington. $7. (859) 254-7024. lexingtonartleague.org.

Art Educators the Driving Force. Oct. 29-Nov. 9. M.S. Rezny Studio/Gallery, Lexington. msrezny.com.

Jessica Burke: Meditations on Identity and Culture. Nov. 1-20. EKU Fred P. Giles Art Gallery, Richmond. (859) 622-8135. eku.edu.

The Photography of Andy Warhol: Selections from the Andy Warhol Photographic Legacy Project. Nov. 1-20. EKU Fred P. Giles Art Gallery, Richmond. (859) 622-8135. eku.edu.

Iron Pour. Nov. 3. UK Reynolds Building No. 1, Lexington. uky.edu/finearts/art.

Victor's Legacy: Printmaking in the Bluegrass. Nov. 5-Dec. 5. Transylvania University Morlan Gallery, Lexington. (859) 233-8142. transy.edu/morlan.

Senior Exhibit: Joy Taylor. Nov. 15. Asbury University Kinlaw Library Gallery, Wilmore. (859) 858-3511, Ext. 2250. asbury.edu.

Wizard Seeks Witch. Nov. 16-Jan. 15. The Black Lodge, 110 York St., Lexington. By appointment.

Senior Exhibit: Abigail LeCompte. Nov. 15-Dec. 11. Asbury University Z.T. Johnson Gallery, Wilmore. (859) 858-3511, Ext. 2250. asbury.edu.

Senior Exhibit: Beth Crist. Nov. 15-Dec. 11. Asbury University Z.T. Johnson Gallery, Wilmore. (859) 858-3511, Ext. 2250. asbury.edu.

Senior Exhibit: Vanessa Kouns. Nov. 15-Dec. 11. Asbury University, Wilmore. (859) 858-3511, Ext. 2250. asbury.edu.

Dead Sea Scrolls: Life and Faith in Ancient Times. Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal, Cincinnati. Nov. 16-Feb. 24. $15-$23. 1-800-733-2077. www.cincymuseum.org.

Robert C. May Endowment Photography Lecture Series: Lalla Essaydi. Nov. 16-Dec. The Art Museum at UK Richard B. Freeman Gallery, Lexington. Lecture 4 p.m. Nov. 16 in UK Student Center Worsham Theater. (859) 257-5716. uky.edu/artmuseum.

Firmly Rooted, juried exhibition addressing our ongoing, symbiotic relationship with plants. Nov. 16-Dec. 21. M.S. Rezny Studio/Gallery, Lexington. msrezny.com.

Carnegie Classics: To Kill A Mockingbird. 5-8 p.m. Nov. 16. Carnegie Center for Literacy and Learning, 251 W. Second St., Lexington. (859) 254-4175. carnegieliteracy.org.

Top Drawer: 150 Years of Bittners. Nov. 17-Jan. 1. Frazier History Museum, Louisville. $10.50 adults, $9.50 military, $8.50 seniors, $7.50 students with valid ID, $6 ages 5-17. (502) 753-5663. fraziermuseum.org.

Lexington Art and Craft Show. Nov. 17-18. The Lexington Center, Lexington. $6. (904) 794-0084. LexingtonArtShow.com.

Holidays Around the World. Nov. 23-Jan. 3. Frazier History Museum, Louisville. $10.50 adults, $9.50 military, $8.50 seniors, $7.50 students with valid ID, $6 ages 5-17. (502) 753-5663. fraziermuseum.org.

Yew Dell Gardens Holiday Trains Exhibit. Nov. 23-Dec. 16. Yew Dell Gardens, Crestwood. $7 adults, $5 seniors, free for ages 12 and younger. (502) 241-4788. yewdellgardens.org.

Black Friday Art Sale. Nov. 30-Dec. 1. LAL @ Loudoun House, Lexington. (859) 254-7024. lexingtonartleague.org.

On the S.O.F.A.: State of Fine Arts. Nov. 30-Jan. 4. Georgetown College Anne Wright Wilson Fine Arts Gallery, Georgetown. (502) 863-8399. georgetowncollege.edu/galleries.

EKU Bachelor of Fine Arts Exhibition. Dec. 2-14. EKU Fred P. Giles Art Gallery, Richmond. (859) 622-8135. eku.edu.

Plymale Gallery Annual Art Sale and Open House. Dec. 2. Plymale Gallery, Lexington. (859) 254-7835 or (859) 299 -5566.

Appalachia in the Bluegrass: Crankies with Anna Roberts-Gevalt and Elizabeth Laprelle. Dec. 7. UK Niles Gallery, Lexington. (859) 257-8183. uky.edu.

Look Over: Diversity Within and Beyond. Dec. 17-Jan. 25. Georgetown College Cochenour Gallery, Georgetown. (502) 863-8399. georgetowncollege.edu.

Glories of the Garden. Jan. 11. The Arboretum, Lexington. $5. (859) 257-6955. ca.uky.edu/arboretum.

The Nude. Jan. 12-March 10. LAL @ Loudoun House, Lexington. (859) 254-7024. lexingtonartleague.org.

The Thirteen. Jan. 16-Feb. 15. Transylvania University Morlan Gallery, Lexington. (859) 233-8142. transy.edu/morlan.

19th African-American Art Exhibition. Jan. 18-Feb. 17. Actors Theatre of Louisville, Louisville. (502) 585-1210. actorstheatre.org.

Deward Eades, paintings. Jan. 22-Feb. 22. EKU Fred P. Giles Art Gallery, Richmond. (859) 622-8135. eku.edu.

Crossroads: The Chautauqua National Juried Art Exhibition. Jan. 22-Feb. 22. EKU Fred P. Giles Art Gallery, Richmond. (859) 622-8135. eku.edu.

Annual MSU Art Faculty Exhibition. Jan. 23-Feb. 20. MSU Claypool-Young Art Gallery, Morehead. moreheadstate.edu.

Fourth Friday: The Nude. Jan. 25. LAL @ Loudoun House, Lexington. $7. (859) 254-7024. lexingtonartleague.org.

Spirits of the Passage. Feb. 1-June 16. Frazier History Museum, Louisville. $10.50 adults, $9.50 military, $8.50 seniors, $7.50 students with valid ID, $6 ages 5-17. (502) 753-5663. fraziermuseum.org.

Art and the Animal. Feb. 1-April 26. The Art Museum at UK, Lexington. $8, $5 senior citizens. (859) 257-5716. uky.edu/ArtMuseum.

Chromaspheric Wanderer: Works by John Mosher. Feb. 1-24. Georgetown College Cochenour Gallery, Georgetown. (502) 863-8399. georgetowncollege.edu/galleries.

American Women and the Etching Revival: Works on Paper from the Payne Collection. Feb. 1-22. Georgetown College Anne Wright Wilson Fine Arts Gallery, Georgetown. (502) 863-8399. georgetowncollege.edu/galleries.

Atul Dodiya. Feb. 2-May 26. Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati. $7.50, $5.50 seniors and students. (513) 345-8400. contemporaryartscenter.org.

Hema Upadhyay. Feb. 2-May 26. Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati. $7.50, $5.50 seniors and students. (513) 345-8400. contemporaryartscenter.org.

Robert C. May Endowment Photography Lecture Series: Hank Willis Thomas. Feb. 8-March 10. The Art Museum at UK Richard B. Freeman Gallery, Lexington. Lecture 4 p.m. March 1 in UK Student Center Worsham Theater. (859) 257-5716. uky.edu/artmuseum.

Divine Hybrids: Syncretic Visions of Sexuality and the Sacred. Feb. 25-March 22. Transylvania University Morlan Gallery, Lexington. (859) 233-8142. transy.edu/morlan.

April Flanders: Unintended Consequences. March 1-28. Georgetown College Cochenour Gallery, Georgetown. (502) 863-8399. georgetowncollege.edu/galleries.

Annual Burley-Coal Art Exhibition and Competition. March 6-13. MSU Claypool-Young Art Gallery, Morehead. moreheadstate.edu.

Robert C. May Endowment Photography Lecture Series: Martha Rosler. March 15-April 21. The Art Museum at UK Richard B. Freeman Gallery, Lexington. Lecture 4 p.m. April 5 in UK Student Center Worsham Theater. (859) 257-5716. uky.edu/artmuseum.

Senior Exhibit: Andrea Manning. March 20-April 12. Asbury University Kinlaw Library Gallery, Wilmore. (859) 858-3511, Ext. 2250. asbury.edu.

Senior Exhibit: April Wackerly. March 20-April 12. Asbury University Z.T. Johnson Gallery, Wilmore. (859) 858-3511, Ext. 2250. asbury.edu.

2013 Georgetown College Senior Show. March 22-April 5. Georgetown College Anne Wright Wilson Fine Arts Gallery, Georgetown. (502) 863-8399. georgetowncollege.edu/galleries.

Senior Thesis Exhibition. April 1-19. Transylvania University Morlan Gallery, Lexington. (859) 233-8142. transy.edu/morlan.

EKU Art Student Association Juried Exhibition. April 7-14. EKU Fred P. Giles Art Gallery, Richmond. (859) 622-8135. eku.edu.

American Academy of Equine Art Spring Invitational Exhibition. April 12-May 24. Georgetown College Anne Wright Wilson Fine Arts Gallery, Georgetown. (502) 863-8399. georgetowncollege.edu/galleries.

Senior Exhibit: Amanda Beal. April 15-May 2. Asbury University Z.T. Johnson Gallery, Wilmore. (859) 858-3511, Ext. 2250. asbury.edu.

Senior Exhibit: Kaycee Price. April 15-May 2. Asbury University Kinlaw Library, Wilmore. (859) 858-3511, Ext. 2250. asbury.edu.

Senior Exhibit: Ronald Cole. April 15-May 2. Asbury University Z.T. Johnson Gallery, Wilmore. (859) 858-3511, Ext. 2250. asbury.edu.

The Annual MSU Senior Juried Art Exhibition. April 24-May 8. Opening reception 5-7 p.m. April 24. MSU Art Gallery, Morehead. (606) 783-5446. moreheadstate.edu/art.

EKU Bachelor of Fine Arts Exhibition. April 28-May 10. EKU Fred P. Giles Art Gallery, Richmond. (859) 622-8135. eku.edu.

Kentucky Crafted: The Market. March 2, 3. Lexington Convention Center, Lexington. $10. artscouncil.ky.gov.

Transylvania University: Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition. May 2-17. Transylvania University Morlan Gallery, Lexington. (859) 233-8142. transy.edu/morlan.

Patti Smith. May 4-Sept. 29, 2013. Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati. $7.50, $5.50 seniors and students. (513) 345-8400. contemporaryartscenter.org.

The Living Room. May 4-Sept. 29, 2013. Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati. $7.50, $5.50 seniors and students. (513) 345-8400. contemporaryartscenter.org.

Mythic Creatures. May 11-Sept. 15, 2013. Frazier History Museum, Louisville. $10.50 adults, $9.50 military, $8.50 seniors, $7.50 students with valid ID, $6 ages 5-17. (502) 753-5663. fraziermuseum.org.

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