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Shantyboat

Public welcome to board 1940s Shantyboat and attend talks about its daring voyage

Paducah Arts Alliance (PAA) Artist-in-Residence Wes Modes, from Santa Cruz, invites visitors to step back in time and board the 1940s era shanty boat docked in front of the River Discovery Center at 117 S. Water Street during special Open House hours. Modes will be on board to share sea stories with visitors. He will […]

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shantyboat

California artist brings 1940s Shantyboat to Port of Paducah as part of Artist-in-Residence Program

Artist concludes his daring Tennessee River trek of recording oral histories and showcasing exhibit.

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Tim Lazure

Paducah Arts Alliance & Paducah School of Art & Design team up for creative connection with North Carolina artist/s

  Paducah Arts Alliance (PAA) is pleased to announce that Tim and Sarah Lazure from Greenville, North Carolina, are the current participants in the Paducah Artist in Residence Program. Their Paducah residency coincides with Tim’s involvement with the Paducah School of Art & Design’s (PSAD) 2016 Master Artists Workshops. Tim conducts metals design workshops across […]

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Jess Jones

Georgia artist brings historic depth & contemporary approach to Paducah’s quilting/fiber art scene

Paducah Arts Alliance’s (PAA) current Artist-in-Residence Jess Jones is finding a comfortable niche for creating new works and sharing her deep knowledge of fiber art, quilting and design in Paducah.

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Lea Feinstein

Artist in Residence Lea Feinstein from California to showcase her recent Paducah creations

Paducah Arts Alliance is pleased to announce that “No Dawdling,” recent works by California artist Lea Feinstein, will be on display at Ruth Baggett Gallery, 1025 Jefferson, from June 18 through July 31. The public is invited to the opening reception this Saturday, June 18, from 5-8 pm.

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Lea Feinstein in studio

Paducah Artist-in-Residence Lea Feinstein creates art that responds to architecture and spirit of Paducah

Pigments & paints on large industrial material have transformed makeshift studio in Historic Downtown into a veritable artist’s haven

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Vlada and Dmitry

Paducah Artists-in-Residence Vlada Soshkina & Dmitry Gomberg showcase their collective Paducah works this Saturday

Children’s book signing, public art mural celebration & dual exhibition highlight the creative couple’s community engagement The Paducah Art’s Alliance’s (PAA) will showcase the works of March artists-in-residence Vlada Soshkina and Dmitry Gomberg in a dual exhibition this Saturday, April 2, at StudioMars, 418 N. 7th Street, from 5-7 pm. Soshkina & Gomberg, originally from Ukraine […]

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Soldier

MAKE to Host Mural Reveal with Paducah Arts Alliance

MAKE, in conjunction with the Paducah ArtsvAlliance, will reveal the recently completed mural by PAA’s March artist-in-residence Vlada Soshkina on Saturday, April 2 with a reception from 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

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Sheep

Paducah Artists-in-Residence Vlada Soshkina & Dmitry Gomberg bring their unique artistic flair to community

Paducah Art’s Alliance’s (PAA) March artists-in-residence Vlada Soshkina and Dmitry Gomberg arrived in Paducah from the Southern Berkshires of Western Massachusetts on March 7 prepared to embrace and enhance Paducah’s creative culture.

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Gravity

Paducah artist creates strong statement in black and white at prestigious international drawing exhibition

The Paducah Arts Alliance is proud to announce that board member Randy Simmons’ work Gravity has been accepted into the international juried exhibition Drawing Discourse 2016 at the University of North Carolina (UNC) Asheville. The exhibit will be on display through February 12 at S. Tucker Cooke Gallery located in Owen Hall, One University Heights, […]

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