The purpose of art is washing the dust of daily life off our souls – Pablo Picasso
The Living Arts and Science Center features four galleries and over fifteen exhibitions annually. Exhibits showcase work by children, established national and regional artists, and innovative emerging artists. Informal talks with exhibition artists are held at 6:00PM during Gallery Hop. All exhibitions are free and open to the public.
Gallery Hours: Mon – Fri 8:30AM – 5:00PM, Tues. 8:30AM -8:00PM, Sat 10AM – 2PM on Discovery Saturday (4th Saturdays)
|Creative Camera Club: 48th Annual Competition and Exhibition
December 5 – February 8:Dive into the beautiful world of photography with the Creative Camera Club’s annual exhibition! Students will discover eye catching images of flora, fauna, portraits, still life, sports and creative abstract images as they explore over 120 photo images from local artists. Students will also compare and contrast two types of 2D art — photography and drawing — to create a unique “halfsie” design to take home.
|Lennon Michalski: Pulp Abstraction
February 11 – June 22:Be captivated by the magical imagery of local artist, Lennon Michalski! Through his process, Michalski has developed a truly unique and captivating style that involves slowly building up multiple layers of pigments and varnish on large wooden panels.Teachers: field trip students will imagine and create with color as well by expressing themselves through the medium of watercolor paint.
February 20 – April 17Enter the world of the tiny! Did you know? There is a long history of artists using scale to alter their work.Teachers: field trip students will explore miniature art on exhibit and create their own miniature art to take home — from mini bottle cap skillets to Dixie cup houses — creations will be tiny and tremendous!
March 4 – May 31Encounter native Kentucky wildlife in the art gallery! This exhibit will feature a diverse group of gifted artists that depict the subtle beauty of Kentucky’s animal life with paint and pencil.Teachers: field trip students will explore color, shape, and texture while creating a native fish to swim home with.