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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 6:00 PM during Gallery Hop. All exhibitions are free and open to the public.

Click here to view upcoming artist opportunities.

Gallery Hours:

Monday – Friday 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM

Discovery Saturday (4th Saturday of the month) 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM

Click here to view upcoming Gallery Hop Receptions at the LASC.

Current Exhibitions


November 13, 2019 – January 3, 2020
in the Kinkead Gallery, Glo Gallery, & Atrium Gallery

Dive into the beautiful world of photography with the Creative Camera Club’s annual exhibition. Discover eye catching images of flora, fauna, portraits, still life, sports, and creative abstract image as they explore over 120 photo images from local artists.

Upcoming Exhibitions


January 10 – March 6, 2020

Discover the art and craft of one of Lexington’s staple artists! Printmaker and collage artist, Jim Brancaccio, will be honored for his deep contribution to the Lexington arts community in this unique exhibit of both new and past works. These works will be on display both here at the LASC and at the downtown LexArts gallery.


January 17 – May 23, 2020

Explore the tradition of poster and banner making in this show featuring the extraordinary art of Cricket Press (Brian and Sara Turner), John Lackey, and Robert Beatty with gig posters and music ephemera they created for numerous national and region bands. Gig Posters and Music Ephemera will showcase these truly different and unique voices.

January 27 – May 23, 2020

Seek and find some fabulous equine art to celebrating springtime in the Bluegrass! The Horse exhibit will feature a diverse group of gifted artists who depict the subtle beauty of one of Kentucky’s most recognized icons with paint, pencil, and charcoal.

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