EXPLORATIONS: Laurie Fader, April 6 @ 6:00, Whiskey Row Lofts


Laurie Fader, Director of Academic Affairs, Kentucky School of Art


FIRST FRIDAY Trolley Hop, April 6, 2012

Join us for an opening reception on First Friday Trolley Hop Friday, April 6 at the Gallery at Whiskey Row Lofts, 131 W. Main St., Louisville. Free and Open to the Public.

Laurie Fader has been the recipient of many honors and awards, including two Pollock-Krasner Awards, an Adolph and Esther Gottlieb Emergency Assistance Grant, an artist’s residency in Rochefort en Terre, France, a painting fellowship in Haiti and the Helen W. Winternitz Award for excellence in painting from Yale University. She lived in New York City where she taught at Pratt Institute and in Baltimore where she taught at the Maryland Institute College of Art. She has shown widely, including one person shows 55 Mercer and The Painting Center in New York. Currently Laurie is the Director of Academic Affairs at the Kentucky School of Art.

Join us for an Artist Talk, Monday, April 9, 3 p.m.
The Gallery at Whiskey Row Lofts, 131 W. Main Street
Free and open to the public


Additional gallery hours: Saturday, April 7, 12 – 4

Contact Skylar Smith for more information, 502-618-4600.

“Boy Foraging,” Oil on canvas, 48″ X 58″


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