A collaborative video-art work entitled Mary, produced by Paul Lorenz (musical score) and Glenn Hall (video director), has been accepted into the festival SELF in Venice, Italy at Palazzo Ca’ Zanardi and Venice Art House. The festival SELF runs May 9 through November 22, 2015, and features a rich program of different events. The May […]
The Paducah Arts Alliance (PAA) is pleased to welcome Jim Morris from Batavia, New York, as the current participant in the Artist-in-Residence Program. Morris is a Professor in the Art Department at The College at Brockport in Brockport, New York. He began his studio/residence in the LowerTown Arts District at Pinecone Gallery, 421 N. 7th […]
Yeiser Art Center receives NEA grant to support artist-in-residence program Grant part of NEA announcement of 863 grants and $22.543 million in funding nationwide Paducah, KY—The National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) Chairman Rocco Landesman today announced that the agency will award 863 grants to organizations and individual writers across the country. The Yeiser Art […]
The Yeiser Art Center, in collaboration with The Paducah Arts Alliance, just received a grant from NEA for the artist’s residency program.
Colorado artist Jane Paul Angelhart is offering a workshop focusing on watercolor portraits. Jane’s commissioned portraits are featured in the latest edition of American Artist magazine’s The Best Of Watercolor. The course will cover Jane’s techniques from her DVD, taking great photos for watercolor portraits, how to paint from a computer screen, color theory, and […]
Renowned artist Jane Angelhart, PAA’s newest Artist In Residence, will be offering a free one day workshop. She will be having a demo early in the morning but invites anyone who want to paint can stay and play. She will have paper for participants, so bring your brushes, paint, and your creativity!
Ubuntu is an African word what means, roughly, “I am what I am because of who we all are”. It is also an ethic or humanist philosophy focusing on people’s allegiances and relations with each other. For this project, 12 artists will do a piece an a slice of a tree trunk. We will individually […]
It’s not every day that you meet someone in Tunisia and follow him back to Paducah. But that’s exactly what the gorgeous Swiss artist with the heartbreakingly charming French accent Corinne Spielewoy did. Spielewoy, originally from France, was in Tunisia earlier this year when she met LowerTown artist Paul Lorenz at an international art show.