Arts and Crafts
Arts and Crafts of Kentucky
Explore the Cumberland foothills community of Berea, the “arts and crafts Capital of Kentucky,” for charming shops selling some of the finest folk art Kentucky
has to offer, including pottery, weaving, hand-carved instruments, galleries, original Appalachian art, glass blowers, the Berea Arts and Crafts Festival and more.
Discover the Paducah Lowertown Arts District, a community of over 70 artists from all over the country recruited to help the city’s creative and inspirational spirit flourish.
Visit Berea for the Kentucky Artisan Center; Harrodsburg for authentic Shaker-style crafts; and venture into the eastern Kentucky mountains to experience the history of Appalachian folk art for yourself, straight from the hands of Kentucky artists
Whether you’re the crafty type or just admire authentic craftsmanship, check out Kentucky’s arts and crafts hotspots such as the Berea Arts and Crafts Festival or Harrodsburg if you’re interested in Shaker-style crafts.
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The Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea features a wide range of Kentucky’s outstanding artisan works in its galleries, exhibition and shopping areas. Whether on display in...
at the headquarters for the state-wide organization that promotes and
markets juried members’ work. Check out their Fall Fair held
annually in Berea, KY.
We are a contemporary paint-your-own-pottery studio now located at 1398 Old Lebanon Road in Campbellsville Kentucky. We offer pottery painting, hand building & wheel throw...
The Painted Cow Gallery is owned and operated by Rob Dosier and the Lawrence County Arts Council. The Painted Cow Gallery is located in Eastern Kentucky i...
The Paducah Area Painters Alliance (PAPA) features a wide range of large and miniature original paintings by more than 100 regional artists.
Mon.-Sat., March-October, 10 AM-5...
Located in the heart of historic downtown, the PAPA Gallery is Paducah’s most unique and exciting gallery featuring the
original art from approximately 100 local and re...
The Paramount was one of the first transitional theatres built for
“talking pictures” and was to be a model theatre for others around the
country to showcase fil...
Known as the “Grand Seigneur of the Hollywood Portrait,” George Hurrell transformed the vision of classic Hollywood and its actors. A native of Covington, Kentucky...
Small Works Art Show
Derby themed Small Works art show!
Wonderful original paintings for sale by local artists!
Opening Reception: March 11 5-7pm
Bowling Green, KY
The Arts Board of The Presbyterian Church of Bowling Green recognizes the important role the visual arts have played both for personal expression and in religious life through...
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