In this 2015 file photo, Lexington artist Hendrick Floyd, one of the first residents of a new artist-oriented housing initiative in the North Limestone neighborhood, talks with National Endowment for the Arts chairwoman Jane Chu (right) and Kentucky Arts Council director Lori Meadows during their tour of the North Limestone neighborhood. Chu was in Lexington for a two-day visit to Kentucky.
In this 2015 file photo, Lexington artist Hendrick Floyd, one of the first residents of a new artist-oriented housing initiative in the North Limestone neighborhood, talks with National Endowment for the Arts chairwoman Jane Chu (right) and Kentucky Arts Council director Lori Meadows during their tour of the North Limestone neighborhood. Chu was in Lexington for a two-day visit to Kentucky. Rich Copley rcopley@herald-leader.com
In this 2015 file photo, Lexington artist Hendrick Floyd, one of the first residents of a new artist-oriented housing initiative in the North Limestone neighborhood, talks with National Endowment for the Arts chairwoman Jane Chu (right) and Kentucky Arts Council director Lori Meadows during their tour of the North Limestone neighborhood. Chu was in Lexington for a two-day visit to Kentucky. Rich Copley rcopley@herald-leader.com

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