Sunday Showcase

Thanks to a generous contribution from Brown-Forman, anyone can visit the Speed for free on Sundays! Have brunch at Wiltshire at the Speed before catching a collection highlights drop-in tour or exploring the galleries independently with a self-guided tour. Also on Sundays, enjoy special free programming hosted by the Museum or one of our community partners!

March 24

March 31

  • 1:30 – 2:30 pm: Live Drawing Session with the Portrait of Celeste Coltellini
    Join historical interpreter Kelly Moore in the Education Court for a live drawing session of a portrait from our permanent collection. Registration not required, but materials and folding stools available first-come, first-serve.

April 7

  • 2 – 3:30 pm: Borders and Movement: Part one of a two-part community discussion led by the University of Louisville Cultural Center’s Hispanic and Latino Initiatives and La Casita Center
    • “Blanketed Thieves: The Historical Roots of Racist Depictions of the Mexican Body in the Borderlands.” Presented by Dr. Katherine Massoth. Dr. Massoth’s talk will be followed by a discussion led by Sarah C. Nuñez, Assistant Director of the Cultural Center at the University of Louisville and Karina Barillas, Director of La Casita Center, incorporating community members.

April 14

  • 1 – 4 pm: Americana Fiberworks Pop-Up Shop
    Fiberworks is a women’s arts group that supports the positive integration of refugee and immigrant women into the Louisville community using a common interest in the fiber arts. Americana Community Center bridges the gap from surviving to thriving.
  • 2 pm: Public guided tour of Making Time: The Art of the Kentucky Tall Case Clock, 1790-1850 with curator Scott Erbes
  • 1 – 4 pm: Enjoy Art Lab – an open art making studio where the only limitation is your own creativity!