Artist Melissa Schutz uses mixed media, oil, and acrylic paint, along with different varnishes, to create bold, colorful visual images in a new art exhibit on display at The Center for Rural Development. “My work aims to express a personal mood,” said Schutz, who lives in Russell Springs. “I specialize in abstract art, because it […]
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Based on the classic novel by Robert Louis Stevenson, set sail with young Jim Hawkins aboard the Hispaniola for the mysterious Treasure Island, a tiny spot in the ocean believed to conceal the greatest of fortunes. Young Jim must learn the value of honor and decency from the most unlikely teachers. This new show and […]
An exhibit by landscape photographer Gary Compton of Somerset is on display at The Center for Rural Development through Oct. 1.
Lake Cumberland Performing Arts and The Center for Rural Development announce new season subscriptions for the 2014-2015 Center Stage LIVE! season are now on sale. “We are excited to offer season subscriptions for our new Center Stage lineup,” said Dianna Winstead, associate director of arts, culture, and events at The Center. “Season subscribers will have an […]
A collection of artwork by Pulaski Elementary School fifth-grade art students is on display in a new visual arts exhibit at The Center for Rural Development.
Music, the best of Broadway, and a dramatic performance of a timeless literacy classic all make up the new Center Stage series this season at The Center for Rural Development. “We have an exciting, diverse selection of performances that will offer something for everyone,” said Dianna Winstead, associate director of arts, culture, and events at The Center. “Dr. Ralph Stanley & the […]
The top 30 photographs in the Redbud Trails Photography Contest sponsored by TOUR Southern and Eastern Kentucky (TOUR SEKY) are on display in a new visual arts exhibit at The Center for Rural Development.
A new photography exhibit documents the work of the Raptor Rehabilitation Program at Southwestern High School.
Wanting to impress a girl who loved Neil Diamond’s music, Keith Allynn called her on the telephone and, in his best Neil voice, sang “Hello Again” from the album, “The Jazz Singer.”
Tickets are now on sale for the Children’s Prime Time Theatre holiday performance of “Babes in Toyland.”