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Kindred spirits: Jonathan Williams and Institute 193

As Lexington photographer Guy Mendes remembers him, Jonathan Williams was an artist with a “gift for engaging people in conversations and in interests. He wasn’t just someone who was passing through. He was genuinely interested in all manner of folks.” … Continue reading

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3 Lexington artists on Oxford American’s new superstars of Southern art list

The current issue of the Oxford American has a list of The New Superstars of Southern Art (just a preview page), and it includes three Lexington-based artists with Lina Tharsing at No. 5. “Lina Tharsing’s imagination is matched only by her … Continue reading

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2010: the year in Central Kentucky arts

Lexington’s 2010 year in arts could not have been weirder if you took the city and plopped it in the middle of Florida. Between some major changes at area arts institutions and the unprecedented wave of local and national arts … Continue reading

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Artists on Institute 193

One of the things you look out for in beat reporting is names that keep coming up over and over again, that seem to be on everyone’s lips. One that started popping up this year was Phillip March Jones and … Continue reading

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Institute 193: One man, lots of ideas

Read more: Full comments about Jones and Institute 193 from people quoted in this story. Institute 193 is a one-man operation, which means Philip March Jones has to do everything from curating the art space to cleaning it. And he … Continue reading

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Change for Arts’ first pitch

The first Change for Art meter will make its debut on Sept. 3 at Applebee’s Park. The project will utilize retired parking meters, donated by the Lexington Parking Authority, as public art projects that will also collect change to help … Continue reading

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