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Centerstone and the Crisis Stabilization Unit has been a partner of Kentucky Performing Arts' ArtsThrive program since 2013.
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All Kentucky Performing Arts venues will close effective March 19, 2020.
Kentucky Performing Arts' ArtsRise staff observe students at Stonestreet Elementary School who are using movement to learn math.
THE KENTUCKY CENTER CLOSES FOR 30 DAYS
At Kentucky Performing Arts, the safety of our patrons is always our primary concern. We are monitoring the novel coronavirus situation.
PNC Broadway in Louisville Announces their 20/21 Season
Kentucky School for the Blind students learn improv comedy from members of The Second City
Celebrate World Bartender Day with Alison Freels and Charisma Holt, two of our regulars behind the bar at SCENE and Old Forester's Paristown Hall
Behind the scenes of a proposal at The Kentucky Center during Louisville Ballet's performance of the Brown Forman Nutcracker
Kentucky Performing Arts brings extraordinary young classical musicians and dancers to our community through the Gheens Great Expectations program
As a part of his residency, Gheens Artist Clayton Stephenson performed for students at the three arts magnet schools in Jefferson County Public Schools
Kentucky Performing Arts and its Gheens partners select a talented young artist to perform as the featured soloist with the Louisville Orchestra
I intend to share some of the historic, theatrical flotsam and jetsom of life backstage, particularly at Kentucky Performing Arts family of venues.
I am Bryan Warren, the new Vice President of Education and Community Arts. I am excited to join the team at Kentucky Performing Arts.
Shop to support our local artists and entrepreneurs, and experience the many talents of our Governor’s School for the Arts alumni.
The Kentucky Center has for 36 years served as a beacon for the arts in our region. But we are more than a building or simply an organization.
The Second City visited several schools across Louisville, where participants learned about the fundamentals of improvisation
Malpaso Dance company shares Cuban choreograpy and culture with youth during Louisville visit and live performance
Growing up Gheens Positive impact of education program exemplified by artist's journey from student to mentor
Abigail Washburn and Wu Fei celebrate friendship and cultural exchange through music while visiting and performing in Louisville.
Black Violin shares their spiritual connection to music by inviting students to perform on stage during two encores at the Brown Theatre.
Dorrance Dance Company makes an impact with multiple tap workshops and jaw-dropping public performance
The Second City Ensemble infuses team building exercises for business leaders, veterans, educators, and teens, with a welcome dose of humor
Stacy Ridgway, Kentucky Performing Arts manager of Accessibility Services, receives Core Values award from KY Tourism, Arts and Heritage Cabinet
Kentucky Performing Arts rolls out Creative Aging activities for Volunteer corps as part of overall Wellness in Action initiative
Diavolo Architecture in Motion builds fearless high flying live performances on foundation of trust, teamwork, and cutting edge design
As part of its nonprofit mission, Kentucky Performing Arts celebrated Dance Theatre of Harlem's 50th Anniversary with multiple community activities.
Violinist Jinjoo Cho - a musical prodigy and Gheens Great Expectations artist - matures into a stellar musician and mentor
Kentucky Performing Arts connects Jessica Lang Dance Company with local veterans and students prior to public performance
Urban Bush Women Louisville artist residency facilitated by Kentucky Performing Arts affirms participants' "extra-ordinary and whole selves"
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Following Governor Andy Beshear’s executive order outlining specific steps all public-facing businesses should take to contain and limit the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), all Kentucky Performing Arts venues are temporarily closed.