Arts Weekly

11:00am

Fri March 15, 2013
Arts Weekly

The Lexington Art League Rings in the New Year with 27th annual "The Nude"

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The Lexington Art League started the new year as they have for the past 26 years, with a juried art show celebrating the human form. Arts Weekly's Roger Duvall talked to the Arts League's Amber Scott about what makes this year's nude exhibit unique.

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3:38pm

Fri January 25, 2013
Arts Weekly

Woodford Theatre Presents "Driving Miss Daisy"

Woodford Theatre presents
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For sixteen years, Beth Kirchner was the Artistic Director for the Woodford Theatre before resigning to pursue other interests. Recently, another area theater regular and friend of Beth's, Trish Clark, was appointed as interim director of the Community Theatre in Versailles. One of Clark's first tasks upon assuming the position was to find a director for the currect production of Driving Miss Daisy, which, Beth Kirchner admits, is one of her favorite plays.

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3:10pm

Fri January 25, 2013
Arts Weekly

Lexington Philharmonic Presents Tango Opera at Downtown Arts Center

The Lexington Philharmonic presents
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If you look for a definition of the word "classic," you come up with, "something that has stood the test of time." What we call "classical music" comes from a European-derived reverence for music Hayden, Mozart, Beethoven, and others. But where does timeless ethnic music of other cultures fit in? 

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2:17pm

Fri January 25, 2013
Arts Weekly

Lexington Ballet Brings "Cinderella" to EKU Center for the Arts

The Lexington Ballet presents
Credit Joe Lyman, lexingtonballet.org

While the Lexington Ballet's home is based downtown, more and more they are traveling the area to bring ballet to a wider audience. This week, the EKU Center for the Arts will host the ballet's performance of Cinderella. Arts Weekly's Roger Duvall caught up with the Artistic Director of the ballet, Luis Dominguez.

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