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Friday, February 18, 2022

Free Pop-Up Youth Arts Journalism Workshop, Week of Feb. 21 by Elizabeth Kramer

Participants get to report on glass art and the artists in the KMAC Museum exhibit “Crafting the Vernacular”

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Friday, February 11, 2022

Review: With ‘Every Brilliant Thing,' a one-person play, Actors Theatre reaches out, connects in real ways by Elizabeth Kramer

Thanks for reading Louisville Arts Bureau! Subscribe for free to receive new posts and support my work. • By Elizabeth Kramer "Imagination is more important than knowledge,” Albert Einst…

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Friday, February 4, 2022

Actors Theatre aims to spark conversation, joy with 'Every Brilliant Thing,' which delves into a life shaped by depression by Elizabeth Kramer

The production marks an Actors Theatre directorial debut for new staff member Amelia Acosta Powell. Actor Jon Norman Schneider returns to the theater's stage.

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Thursday, January 20, 2022

Pandora's "The Cake" follows recipe in serving up the sugar — balanced with nutrients by Elizabeth Kramer

• If you enjoy articles about regional arts and creativity, share them and/or sign up.• By Elizabeth Kramer Red velvet cake, even outside the South, can stand as a metaphor for the peopl…

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Monday, August 31, 2020

Summer Project | Art of collaboration with young arts journalists and local media covering GSA by Elizabeth Kramer

Arts Bureau Edge wraps up project wtih five journalists covering Kentucky Govenor's School for the Arts, which went virtual during a tumultuous pandemic

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Friday, August 14, 2020

Harlan Ascending: Artist’s work grows with monument to Breonna Taylor, survey about equity in arts and culture sector by Elizabeth Kramer

Her public art in front of Metro Hall includes poetry by Hannah Drake and the survey she has spearheaded poses serious questions about Louisville’s arts community

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Saturday, August 1, 2020

Louisville photographer’s work tells local immigrant story as part of ‘PBS American Portrait’ that airs in August by Elizabeth Kramer

Amira Karaoud sought to tell the immigrant story for the upcoming special “Family of Us: A PBS American Portrait Story” that premieres Aug. 2

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Friday, July 17, 2020

Speed Museum’s Contemporary Curator to Depart for Denver’s Contemporary Art Museum by Elizabeth Kramer

Highlights of Miranda Lash’s six-year tenure include the exhibit “Southern Accent,” bringing new works by diverse artists to the museum’s collection

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Friday, July 3, 2020

Virtual Version of Kentucky’s Prestigious Youth Arts Program Kicks Off by Elizabeth Kramer

Part of a series of articles from Arts Bureau Edge, a youth arts journalism program, that is working virtually now during the Covid-19 pandemic

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Reporters Covering Virtual Kentucky Governor's School for the Arts by Elizabeth Kramer

Reporters are part of Arts Bureau Edge, a youth arts journalism program, that is working virtually now with the Covid-19 pandemic

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Tuesday, June 23, 2020

Louisville Visual Art's incoming executive director brings years of experience leading visual art organizations by Elizabeth Kramer

Kristian Anderson led the Utah Museum of Contemporary Art, Seattle-based Association of Academic Museums and Galleries

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Tuesday, June 9, 2020

StageOne Family Theatre names Andrew Harris as new producing artistic director by Elizabeth Kramer

Pick of theater’s 20-year veteran comes five months after departure of former leader Idris Goodwin who left to become director of Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center

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Monday, June 8, 2020

Video uses Bard's “Merchant of Venice” to illustrate outrage over Floyd's murder; garners social media attention by Elizabeth Kramer

Actor behind video familiar to audiences of Cincinnati Shakespeare Company, Kentucky Shakespeare, StageOne Family Theatre

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Friday, May 29, 2020

StageOne Family Theatre pivots with July summer camps, new ideas brewing for 2020-21 season by Elizabeth Kramer

Summer camps more than half full; next season's show likely to combine in-person/virtual experiences

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Wednesday, May 13, 2020

Governor’s School for the Arts goes virtual; Organizers tap into inventive inspiration by Elizabeth Kramer

Incoming students, while disappointed, eager to meet creative peers, instructors

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Thursday, April 30, 2020

First YPAS choral teacher, leader in Louisville’s music community, David Brown, dies at 74 by Elizabeth Kramer

Former students went on to careers of all kinds, including education

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Thursday, April 23, 2020

Commonwealth Theatre Center considers losses amid pandemic, looks to summer, next season by Elizabeth Kramer

Company considers using video, streaming in programs; scheduling of high-earning summer camps; opening next season with Shakespeare festival

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Wednesday, April 15, 2020

Artists working in Kentucky among 2020 Guggenheim Fellows by Elizabeth Kramer

Poet Ada Limón, Photographer Stacy Krantiz awarded at an unstable time for artists

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Thursday, April 9, 2020

How must a show go online? Playwright questions costs to artists, theater in the virtual world by Elizabeth Kramer

Here's why playwright Morgan Gould declined a contract with Actors Theatre giving it the rights to stream “Nicole Clark is Having a Baby.”

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Actors Theatre pivots with streaming, explores virtual experiences, reworking next season by Elizabeth Kramer

Layoffs follow Humana Festival cancellation, further reduces staff in uncertain time

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Wednesday, July 24, 2019

'Blind Injustice' Opera Sets Out To Open Eyes About Wrongful Conviction Rates by Elizabeth Kramer

Based on former federal prosecutor Mark Godsey's book of the same title, the new opera Blind Injustice draws on detailed interviews with exonerees to put America's criminal justice system on…

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Saturday, January 25, 2014

Actors Theatre of Louisville's "Our Town" starring BRUCE McKENZIE & REBEKAH BROCKMAN lovingly captures Wilder's play. by Elizabeth Kramer

Les Waters' production features the play's small joys like the intangible warmth that love exudes most notably in the honesty that REBEBAH BROCKMAN brings to her role as "Emily."

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Sunday, November 25, 2012

Seth on Broadway | The Courier-Journal | by Elizabeth Kramer

Broadway has gone through some dramatic changes since Seth Rudetsky saw his first musical there. It was "Hair" in 1972, shortly before the show closed. Rudetsky was 4.

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