THE WIZARD OF OZ
Kentucky Ballet Theatre
Kentucky Ballet Theater and director Norbe Risco invite you to join them as they travel down the yellow brick road to the land of OZ!

KBT is so excited to bring this timeless classic filled with dazzling colors and whimsical characters back to the Lexington Opera House for the first time in 6 years. Set to the original movie score and featuring a real life, furry ToTo, this is sure to be a show you don’t want to miss! 
Saturday, May 18 | 2PM & 7PM
Lexington Opera House | 401 W Short St
$37 | $30 for seniors & military, $25 for students & children BUY NOW
LexArts SMART Cardholders receive 2-for-1 tickets!!!
859.252.5245
Stroll, socialize, sip, shop and buzz about what’s new and now at 40+ galleries, studios and out-of-the-box exhibit spaces just about everywhere. LexArts HOP is the place to be the third Friday of every other month, and admission is free. Things start hopping way before 5PM at many sites and keep going ‘til the wee hours at restaurants, bars and other spaces. 

Official HOP Guides are available at LexArts on Mill , 161 North Mill Street, or may be downloaded at GalleryHopLex.com. See you on the HOP!

Friday, May 17 | 5PM
LexArts | 161 N Mill St
FREE
859.255.2951
KY GIVES DAY 2019
KY Gives Day
May 14 is your chance to support Arts in Education! Donate to LexArts on KY Gives Day and join other LexArts supporters in a statewide 24-hour "flashmob of giving." Everyone can be a philanthropist - a $10 or $25 donation will make an incredible difference.

Programs supported by LexArts positively impact the lives of more than 220,000 children and young adults. Give now!

Tuesday, May 14
LexArts | 161 N Mill St
859.255.2951
UNIVERSITY OPEN 2019
LexArts
Don't miss this juried exhibition showcasing the emerging talent of Kentucky’s university and college fine arts majors.

“As the juror for the University Open exhibition, I wanted to choose a wide variety of works that implemented traditional mediums and explored contemporary concepts and compositions. Each piece in the show investigates a modern creative vocabulary through landscape and portraiture. I wanted to compose a show that foregrounds the many facets of art making by including sculpture, ceramics, printmaking, painting, and photography to give the audience a well-rounded visual experience."
-Lennon Michalski, Artist and University Open Juror

May 16-June 29
ArtsPlace Gallery | 161 N Mill St
Monday-Friday, 8:30AM-5PM | Saturday, 12PM-5PM
FREE
859.255.2951
A DOLL'S HOUSE
On the Verge Theatre
"Why would a woman walk out on her apparently perfect life?" asked Henrik Ibsen in 1879.

Experience the door slam that was heard around the world in a site-specific presentation at the historic Brand Barrow House at 4th Street and Martin Luther King Blvd.

This production features Rachel Lee Rogers, Kevin Hardesty, Stephanie Pistello Underwood, Tim Hull, Tom Phillips and Patricia O’Neill, and was directed by Ave Lawyer.

Thursday, May 16-Saturday, May 18 & Thursday, May 23-Saturday, May 25 | 7:30PM
Episcopal Diocese of Lexington | 203 E 4th St
$40 BUY NOW
859.271.2883
217 BOXES OF DR. HENRY ANONYMOUS
Transylvania University
217 Boxes of Dr. Henry Anonymous, written and directed by Ain Gordon, highlights the accomplishments of John E. Fryer, a ’57 Transylvania graduate who helped remove homosexuality from the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders.

The play gets its name from when Gordon, a three-time Obie Award-winning playwright, combed through 217 boxes of Fryer’s personal notes, professional papers and childhood relics to create this theatrical tribute to the man who made one of the most significant contributions ever to the gay-rights movement. Calling himself Dr. Henry Anonymous, Fryer went before American Psychiatric Association in 1972 and said: “I am a psychiatrist, I am a homosexual.” Dr. Anonymous compelled psychiatry to declassify homosexuality as a mental disease, but who was Dr. Fryer?

Performance tickets are free and cash or check donations will be collected at the door to benefit the John Fryer Fund for Diversity and Inclusion.

Join Gordon and the cast and crew of 217 Boxes at a private après-theatre reception at the home of Maury Sparrow and Craig Wahlgren immediately following the Friday, May 17 performance. Tickets for this reception are $100 each.

Thursday, May 16 | 7:30PM
Talk-back with Director Ain Gordon immediately following the performance
Friday, May 17 | 7:30PM
Saturday, May 18 | 7:30PM
Private après-theatre cocktail reception immediately following the performance - $100 per person
Sunday, May 19 | 2:30PM

Little Theater - Transylvania University | 300 N Broadway

Private après-theatre reception: Saturday, May 18 | 449 North Limestone
$100 BUY NOW
PUBLIC ART DESIGN PROPOSALS SHOWCASE
Town Branch Park
Don't miss this NEA InterACT Grant showcase of public art design proposals for Town Branch Park! Proposals by six finalist artists will be showcased. Town Branch Park welcomes your feedback!

The designs will be available to see during this upcoming LexArts HOP at the Lyric Theatre, Central Library Gallery, and the Living Arts & Science Center.

Friday, May 17 | 5PM
The Lyric | 300 E Third St
Central Library Gallery | 140 E Main St
The Living Arts & Science Center | 362 N Martin Luther King Blvd
FREE
859.225.3343
CONNECT
AN INSPIRED EVENING WITH JIM GRAY
UK Art Museum
An Inspired Evening is the Art Museum’s annual fundraiser. This year the Art Museum is proud to honor Jim Gray, former mayor of Lexington, a passionate collector and patron of the arts. His achievements as a politician, business leader, LGBTQ advocate, and champion of our city are all reasons to celebrate. 

Proceeds from this event support the Art Museum's ambitious exhibitions, public programs and free admission policy. Please get your tickets now and join the Art Museum for a memorable night of patronage.

Enjoy hors d’oeuvres by Ouita Michel and Holly Hill Events; lively music by Lee J. Bryant; and entertainment by Richard Darshwood.

Friday, May 17 | 7PM
UK Art Museum | 405 Rose St
$80 BUY NOW
859.257.6218
BRIDGING ART & AGRICULTURE
The Lyric
Join Black Soil: Our Better Nature and Russellville Urban Gardening Project Inc. in welcoming leading artist and agriculturalist, The Gourd Master Sam X White, to Lexington. This FREE and open-to-the-public event provides the chance to meet the artist, view some of his distinguished work, and connect in the spirit of the gourd.

Click here to learn more about Sam X White.

Light refreshments will be provided. This event takes place in the Main Lobby of the facility. 

Wednesday, May 15 | 6PM
The Lyric | 300 E Third St
FREE
859.280.2201
THEATRE
ONCE ON THIS ISLAND, JR.
Innovation Arts Academy
With infectious and unforgettable songs, Once On This Island, Jr., tells the story of Ti Moune, a peasant girl who rescues and falls in love with Daniel, a wealthy boy from the other side of her island. When Daniel is returned to his people, the fantastical gods who rule the island guide Ti Moune on a quest that will test the strength of her love! 

Friday, May 17 | 7:30PM
Saturday, May 18 | 2PM & 7:30PM
Sunday, May 19 | 2PM
Pam Miller Downtown Arts Center | 141 E Main St
$18 | $15 for children BUY NOW
859.489.2683
FAMILY
FAMILY FUN DAY
The Living Arts & Science Center
Explore, experiment, and get creative at the Living Arts and Science Center's FREE Family Fun Day! Saturday May 18th

Join LASC for big and small, indoor and outdoor, arts and science activities and demonstrations. This event is perfect for the entire family!

Activities Include:
  Interactive Enchanted Rainbow Bubbles
  Large-Scale Outdoor Mural Painting
  Geometric Bubbles
  Live Bird Shows with Critters in the Classroom
  Hands-on Earth Space Science
  Balloon Animals
  Drum Circles
  Airplane Launch and Stomp Rockets
  Build a Clay City and more!

Food and drink will be available for purchase.

Saturday, May 18 | 10AM
The Living Arts & Science Center | 362 N Martin Luther King Blvd
FREE
859.252.5222
ARCHITECTURE
NORTHSIDE NEIGHBORHOOD HOME & GARDEN WALKING TOUR
Northside Neighborhood Association
A place where history and community meet, Lexington's oldest and most historic neighborhood features art galleries, friendly taverns, sumptuous restaurants, top rated inns, microbreweries, a lively music scene, and planned contemporary development that blend seamlessly with tradition in the Northside.  

Northside’s Home & Garden Walking Tour helps to advance the Northside Neighborhood Association's dedication to the preservation of the Northside’s rich cultural heritage and quality of life of its eclectic residents. The results of decades of efforts has resulted in a 21st century Northside, where 200 years of American history, passionately maintained, is energized by hip urban renewal.

Sunday, May 19 | 12PM
Northside Neighborhood, Lexington
$20 | $5 for children ages 5-17, free for children 4 & under BUY NOW
DANCE
CONTACT: UK DANCE FACULTY CONCERT
UK Department of Theatre & Dance
Susie Thiel, Theresa Bautista, Stephanie Harris, and EveMarie Bessenbach present faculty solo dances, as well as a faculty group dance choreographed by Theresa Bautista, and one student-choreographed work.

Choreographed and performed by faculty, the choreography will feature new, recent and excerpts from existing dances. The concert is a compilation ranging in genres from dance theater, contemporary ballet, and contemporary modern dance. Senior dance majors Anna Wilson and Steven Griffie will present their choreography.

Saturday, May 18 | 7PM
Guignol Theatre | 465 Rose St
859.257.3297
FILM
FORT MARIA SCREENING & Q&A
Lexington Film League
If you had the pleasure of seeing the first cinematic collaboration between writer/director Thomas Southerland and writer/actress Katerina Stoykova, Proud Citizen, then you know what a powerful creative team they are. They are reuniting in Lexington for a screening of their much-anticipated second collaboration: FORT MARIA.

Already a festival darling, the film tells the story of Maria--a woman with no country. A Bulgarian immigrant and adoptive mother of a black daughter, she finds herself suddenly stricken with agoraphobia following a break-in at her home in Kentucky. When her daughter’s aging dog dies, Maria’s confinement puts her into equally painful and funny situations that soon entangle her neighbors. As Maria copes with the issues that have led her - a world traveler - into her self-inflicted prison, her daughter Meredith discovers her own identity through a search for her biological family.  Watch the trailer.

Monday, May 20 | 7PM
Farish Theater | 140 E Main St
FREE
859.231.5597
10th ANNUAL LUNAFEST LEXINGTON
GreenHouse17
Make plans to attend the 10th Annual Lunafest Lexington, an evening of short films by, for, and about women. 

This year's eight short films cover a variety of thought-provoking topics relating to women’s issues. You'll laugh and cry and be inspired during this wonderful night out with friends, a perfect Mother's Day gift! Come early for live entertainment and a reception at 6:30 pm; the show starts at 7pm.

Proceeds benefit our services to support survivors of intimate partner abuse. Brought to life by LUNA®, makers of the Whole Nutrition Bar for Women. 

Thursday, May 16 | 7PM
Reception beigns at 6:30PM
The Kentucky Theatre | 214 E Main St
$15 BUY NOW
859.231.6997
LITERARY
PREVIEW PARTY & 40th ANNUAL BOARD RECEPTION
Kentucky Women Writers Conference
Don't miss the Kentucky Women Writers 2019 Preview Party & 40th Anniversary Board Reunion, featuring Savannah Sipple reading poems from her new book, WWJD.

Enjoy hors d’oeuvres by Athenian Grill, browse books by #KyWomenWriters2019 authors, and enter a drawing for one free admission to the conference on September 19–22 (a $125 value).

Illustration by Taylor Sterry depicting (left to right) Board vice president Ashley McGraw and feature poet Savannah Sipple.

Friday, May 17 | 6PM
ArtsPlace Gallery | 161 N Mill St
FREE
859.257.2874
FATHERS: LOST & FOUND
Carnegie Center for Literacy & Learning
Join authors Frank X Walker ( Last Will, Last Testament) and Neil Chethik ( FatherLoss), along with jazz pianist Harry Pickens, for a reading, conversation, and musical meditation on fathers. Whether present or absent, fathers shape the lives of their children in consequential ways.

In his new book, Walker shares poetry from a year when he experienced both the death of his father and the birth of his son. 

Meanwhile, Chethik, whose 2001 book debuts this year as an ebook, shares scenes from families where the father is gone.

All three artists seek answers to the perennial question: How can we be better fathers to our sons?

Light refreshments and food by the bite will be served.

Offered in cooperation with Lexington Leadership Foundation. Sponsored by UK College of Arts & Sciences.

Tuesday, May 14 | 6PM
Carnegie Center for Literacy & Learning | 251 W Second St
FREE
859.254.4175
MUSIC
TROUBADOUR CONCERTS AT THE CASTLE: BEN SOLLEE & KENTUCKY NATIVE
The Kentucky Castle
BEN SOLLEE, truly Kentucky bred and Kentucky proud, has virtually reintroduced and re-energized the cello since his early beginning as the house cellist for the WoodSongs Old-Time Radio Hour. He has since toured world-wide with Otis Taylor, Abigail Washburn and Bela Fleck as a member of the Sparrow Quartet as well as his own albums and composition releases.

KENTUCKY NATIVE includes violinist Julian Pinelli, banjo master Bennett Sullivan and Jordon Ellis on percussion. Watch a clip.

Thursday, May 16 | 7:30PM
The Kentucky Castle | 230 Pisgah Pike
$35+ BUY NOW
859.256.0322
END-OF-YEAR PICNIC & PERFORMANCE
CKYO MusicWorks
Join CKYO MusicWorks as they close out another great season of music-making and ring in the summer with a picnic & performance in the park!

Pack a blanket or chairs and a picnic, bring the whole family and find a spot on the Loudoun House lawn. CKYO MusicWorks will bring the popsicles!

Thursday, May 16 | 5:30PM
Castlewood Park | 209 Castlewood Dr
$10 | $6 for seniors & students, free for children under 5
859.254.0796
HOOT & HOLLER
Red Barn Radio
Brought together by a mutual love for American folk music, Amy Alvey (fiddle, guitar) and Mark Kilianski (guitar, banjo) have been entertaining audiences all over the U.S. as HOOT & HOLLER since 2013.

Based now in Asheville, NC, they specialize in the soulful grit of old time Appalachian mountain music, with their original songs blending seamlessly alongside their traditional repertoire. Both are equally inspired by mountain musicians like Roscoe Holcomb and Ola Belle Reed as they are to revered songsmiths like Gillian Welch and Townes Van Zandt. Instrument swapping is common during a performance between two guitars, banjo and fiddle, and fiddle and guitar.

In 2015, urged by the rising cost of living in Boston, they decided to hit the road full time in a high top camper van named "Irene" and have toured all over the country. With Asheville as their home base, they still travel most of the year in the van and play concert halls and festivals like Old Tone Music Festival, Watermelon Park Bluegrass Festival, and the Blackpot Festival in Lafayette, Louisiana. Watch a clip.

Wednesday, May 15 | 8PM
Red Barn Radio | 161 N Mill St
$8 BUY NOW
859.338.7648
WATERMELON SLIM
LOVERS LEAP
WoodSongs Old-Time Radio Hour
WATERMELON SLIM has built a remarkable reputation with his raw, impassioned intensity. He is one of the most authentic bluesman in the world today. Born in Boston, raised in Asheville, NC, a Vietnam Veteran, fisherman, baseball fan, truck driver, currently farms watermelons in his home state of Oklahoma, Slim taught himself upside-down left-handed slide guitar on a $5 balsawood model using a triangle pick cut from a rusty coffee can top and his Army issued Zippo. He’s garnered over 20 Blues Music Award nominations. His latest album is ‘Church of the Blues.’  Watch a clip.

LOVERS LEAP is a roots music supergroup from Hot Springs, NC made up bassist Shelby Means (Delta Mae), clawhammer banjo picker Mary Lucey (Biscuit Burners), guitarist Joel Timmons (Sol Driven Train), and innovative slide guitarist Billy Cardine (Acoustic Syndicate, Biscuit Burners). Collectively the bandmates have presented their sound from the Kennedy Center to Bonnaroo, Merlefest to Telluride, and across Europe, Asia, Australia and the Caribbean. They each have been musical ambassadors and have taught workshops throughout the country and internationally on their respective instruments. Their self titled debut EP was recently released. Watch a clip.

Monday, May 13 | 6:45PM
The Lyric Theatre & Cultural Arts Center | 300 E Third St
$10 | $5 for students BUY NOW
859.252.8888
EXHIBITIONS
MINIATURE INVITATION
The Living Arts & Science Center
There is a long history of artists using scale to alter their work. For many artists, the practice of creating miniature versions of their art assists in faster production and often makes work more affordable for patrons. 

The term ‘miniature’ has its origins in medieval illuminated manuscripts (476AD-1492). In the 1700’s, amateur artists started painted miniature portraits on ivory using water colors. Before photography, this practice became so popular that soon academically trained artists began producing ‘miniature’ portraits for the eager public. This practice continued until photography replaced it.

In the modern era, the Dadaist Marcel Duchamp (1887-1968) created ‘miniature’ versions of his major paintings, drawings, and sculptures for his mini portable museum Boîte-en-valise (Box in a Valise). In the 1970’s, ceramist Charles Simonds produced small adobe dwellings in the crevasses of abandon buildings throughout the world for the unaware public to find.

Invited area artists asked to create miniature versions of their art will be featured in this unique group exhibition of art produced to a minuscule scale.

Through May 17
LexArts HOP Reception: Friday, May 17 | 5PM
The Living Arts & Science Center | 362 N Martin Luther King Jr Blvd
Monday-Friday, 8:30AM-5PM
859.252.5222
FRESH: JURIED STUDENT EXHIBITION
Morlan Gallery, Transylvania University
Students from all academic disciplines submit work for this buoyant, year-end celebration of creativity. The gallery will be bursting with fresh artworks produced this academic year, representing a wide variety of media.

A favorite tradition for the juried show, students are recognized for creating work in "Best Of" categories. Also, the Dean's Purchase Award and several individual prizes are awarded to outstanding artist/scholars on opening night.

Through May 17
LexArts HOP Reception: Friday, May 17 | 5PM
Morlan Gallery, Transylvania University | 300 N Broadway
FREE
859.233.8142
CARLETON WING: ALTERED EGOS, GUARDIAN ANGELS
MS Rezny Studio/Gallery
Carleton Wing shares the exploration of his “altered egos,” pairing them with his “guardian angels." According to Wing, to travel with your altered ego is a choice, but the guardian angel is on a more personal level, and they choose us. A master at using digital collage for storytelling, Wing adds a unique embellishment to each of his altered egos and guardian angels. He challenges viewers to find their own altered ego and/or guardian angel among the 50 artworks in the exhibit.

Through May 17
MS Rezny Studio/Gallery | 903 Manchester St
Tuesday-Friday, 12PM-5PM | Saturday, 1PM-4PM
FREE
859.252.4647
AUDUBON PHOTOGRAPHY AWARDS SHOW
Central Kentucky Audubon Society
Visit The Living Arts & Science Center to walk among the winning bird photographs from the 2018 Audubon Photography Awards.

The winning photographers and their stunning photographs were selected from more than 8,000 entries submitted by photographers from all 50 states, Washington, D.C., and 10 Canadian provinces.

This year’s exquisite photographs celebrate the splendor of many bird species protected under the 100-year-old Migratory Bird Treaty Act (MBTA), the most important bird conservation law, which is currently under siege in Congress and by the Department of the Interior.

Through May 22
The Living Arts & Science Center | 362 N Martin Luther King Jr Blvd
Monday-Friday, 8:30AM-5PM
859.252.5222
MAY LOCAL ARTIST OF THE MONTH, PATRICK SMITH
The Wills Gallery, Fine Art & Antiques
Please join The Wills Gallery in welcoming Patrick Smith as the May Local Artist of the Month. 

Patrick is an astonishingly talented artist and you won’t want to miss this exhibition!

At the exhibition opening, Tabitha Dial of North Star Muse will being reading tarot cards for $20. So come see Patrick’s work, have your cards read, and delight in complimentary beverages! 

Through May 31
Opening Reception: Tuesday, May 7 | 6PM
The Wills Gallery, Fine Art & Antiques | 190 Jefferson St
Tuesday-Thursday, 1PM-7PM | Friday-Saturday, 1PM-8PM
859.396.6740
KENTUCKY WILDLIFE
The Living Arts & Science Center
Starting with the painter and naturalist John James Audubon (1785-1851), Kentucky has a long history with artists using paint and charcoal to capturing the state’s abundant wildlife. Before the development of photograph, the rendering of animals and birds was the chief practice for documenting different species for scientific journals and books. This practice is as strong as ever with many talented artists still using wildlife as their subject matter. Kentucky Wildlife will feature this diverse group of gifted artists that depict the subtle beauty of Kentucky’s animal life with paint and pencil. 

Through May 31
LexArts HOP Reception: Friday, May 17 | 5PM
The Living Arts & Science Center | 362 N Martin Luther King Jr Blvd
Monday-Friday, 8:30AM-5PM
859.252.5222
BLACK STAR SEEDS: WHEN MI CYAAN FIND DI WORDS
Carnegie Center for Literacy & Learning
After 30 years of focusing on writing, teaching, and administration, Frank X Walker returns to the world of visual art. This exhibit features drawings, paintings, and wood and paper assemblages, including new Afrofuturistic work grounded that reimagines the Middle Passage included slave ships from outer space.

At the opening reception, light refreshments and food by the bite will be served.

Through June 11
LexArts HOP Reception: Friday, May 17 | 5PM
Carnegie Center for Literacy & Learning | 251 W Second St
Monday-Thursday, 10AM-7:30PM | Friday, 10AM-5PM | Saturday, 10AM-2PM
859.254.4175
LUMINOUS: CAROLYN YOUNG HISEL, A 50 YEAR RETROSPECTIVE
Headley-Whitney Museum of Art
Carolyn Young Hisel's prolific career as an artist of landscape and figurative painting, drawings, and collage spanned fifty years. Her use of light, color, and figurative form distinguished her work as an important Kentucky artist. Her work explored the spiritual realm and journey into our next world. Her paintings invoked a deeply emotional response. She had over 30 one-person shows in art galleries throughout the south and eastern United States, corporate collections including the Cleveland Clinic, University of Kentucky Hospital and Central Bank, the permanent collections of museums including the Owensboro Museum of Art and The University of Kentucky Art Museum. She was a graduate of The University of Kentucky department of art. 

Through June 16
Headley-Whitney Museum of Art | 4435 Old Frankfort Pike
Friday-Sunday, 10AM-4PM
859.255.6653
LENNON MICHALSKI IN THE GLO GALLERY
The Living Arts & Science Center
Artist Lennon Michalski creates “…imagery of a world where the line between organic and machine becomes blurred” with his deeply compelling large scale paintings. Michalski will be featured in a solo exhibition this spring in the LASC’s Glo Gallery. His approach to the process of art making is truly unique and unusual. Through the process, Michalski has developed an aesthetic that is visceral, intuitive, and completely his own. Painstakingly, Michalski slowly builds multiple layers of pigments and varnish upon large wooden panels. Michalski’s art teeters somewhere between the color field paintings of the abstract expressionists and the covers of 1950’s pulp science fiction novels.

Through June 22
LexArts HOP Reception: Friday, May 17 | 5PM
The Living Arts & Science Center | 362 N Martin Luther King Jr Blvd
Monday-Friday, 8:30AM-5PM
859.252.5222
MURMUR: AN ENCAUSTIC INSTALLATION
New Editions Gallery
Simplify, multiply, repeat…the propelling mantra that started with a group of 144 4”x4” encaustic panels and grew to 3000. A desire to reduce the noise of life and focus in. A desire to create harmony in the meditation of repetition. This exhibition is a large scale installation with nature at its core. The dance of starlings resonating with each other…a mass of raw natural beauty overwhelming in its magnitude. Murmur, murmurations. A work in miraculous collaboration.

Patricia Baldwin Seggebruch is an artist, author and instructor.

Through July 6
LexArts HOP Reception: Friday, May 17 | 5PM
New Editions Gallery | 500 W Short St
Tuesday-Saturday, 12PM-6PM
859.266.2766
MONICA PIPIA: GREY IS THE NEW BLACK
Sorella Gelateria
Monica Pipia has exhibited her work at the University of Kentucky, Arts Place, the Kentucky Folk Art Center, the Lexington Arts and Science Center, and numerous galleries across the country from a horse-and-rider exhibit in Los Angeles to a juried show with the Academy of Equine Arts in Farmington, New Jersey.  

She is a recipient of the Andy Warhol Fellowship Award, the Kentucky Foundation for Women Grant and a VIP award for her residency in Alaska with the National Park Service. Pipia was nominated for the Kentucky Derby and Oaks poster image 2016 and was selected as the first Revel Artist at the Artisan Center in Berea Kentucky. Her goal is to simply keep creating art and bringing it into the public eye.

Through July 31
Sorella Gelateria | 219 N Limestone
Tuesday-Saturday, 12PM-9PM | Sunday, 12PM-6PM
859.797.0085
LexArts 161 North Mill Street, Lexington, KY 40507