Music and Art
Enjoy the best of Appalachian folk art and music
The birthplace of bluegrass music, home to dozens of music stars from various genres, known around the world for its Appalachian folk art and crafts. Kentucky has a reputation as fertile ground for artistic creativity. The Bluegrass State’s contribution to American music and art is incalculable.
Take a ride down the Country Music Highway and discover the birthplaces of music stars like The Judds, Dwight Yoakam, Billy Ray Cyrus, Loretta Lynn and Ricky Skaggs. Discover the unique Kentucky folk art and crafts of the Appalachia region. Tour the National Quilt Museum of the United States, or the Kentucky Center for the Arts. Experience the heritage and influence of Kentucky music at the Kentucky Music Hall of Fame and Museum.
These are just a few of the ways you can discover the inspiration of Kentucky’s unique variety of Appalachian folk art and music. Come inside to find live music and entertainment at events such as bluegrass festivals; shop for Kentucky folk art in galleries and artisan districts, and so much more.
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Demoiselle et Garçon, featuring Silvia Willkens and John Nation
We are pleased to announce the opening of Demoiselle et Garçon, featuring Silvia Willkens and ...
La Grange, KY
Gallery 104 is a beautiful art gallery in the heart of historic LaGrange, Kentucky. Local artists proudly display some of the most imaginative and stunning artwork seen in Ken...
Bowling Green, KY
Gallery 916 features original local and regional artwork, hand-dyed/painted work, hand-made silk clothing, accessories and original handcrafted jewelry. It's a one-stop source...
For over fifteen years Gallery Hertz has been providing the vivid color and unique artistic vision that has helped define Louisville as one of the premier cultural hot-spots o...
Art is a priority at Gallery House and so is the art of providing guests delightful accommodations and delicious breakfasts. These modern Victorian guest rooms offer private b...
The Gallery on the Square, located in historic downtown Franklin is operated by the Simpson county Guild of Artists and Craftsmen. The Gallery proudly displays work...
Mount Sterling, KY
Methodist church, ca. 1865, has been restored to an art gallery, library and more.
Located in the former Post Office building on East Main Street, tells the story of the 234 square miles which comprise this unique county of North Central Kentucky. Our goal i...
Georgetown Community Theatre and Stage Left of Georgetown Community
Theatre seek to provide quality theatrical experiences through training
and education of those involved i...
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