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Throughout their history, sideboards symbolized status. They were the perfect accompaniment to well-dressed and well-mannered diners. Such was the case in early nineteenth-century Kentucky: estate inventories and other documentary sources show that sideboards were often among the most expensive pieces … Continue reading
The Speed celebrated the kickoff of its $50 million expansion project with a weekend full of events! This year’s 100/100 party invited guests to make their mark on the Speed like never before with a collaborative art project on the … Continue reading
The Museum came to life with a dramatic mix of circus arts and street entertainment as part of UofL’s Student Welcome Week. More than 1,200 students shared a night at the Speed full of interactive art projects, fire dancers and … Continue reading
In this video, Hannah interviews the curator of Going for the Gold: Selections from the Kebric Olympic Collection, Kim Spence. This is a production of the Youth Apprentice Program at the Speed Art Museum.
The Speed Art Museum and the Louisville Film Society partnered to present the 4th Annual Flyover Film Festival from June 7-10. The opening event, Filmmaker’s Follies, featured a short film showcase with new films by local and national filmmakers including … Continue reading