Selected Works of G.C. Coxe
A retrospective exhibition of the work of black abstract artist G. Caliman Coxe is at the Kentucky Center for African American Heritage, 18th Street and Muhammad Ali Boulevard, in Louisville, until 9 August.
For four decades Coxe (1907-1999) was the dean of African-American artists in Louisville, an art scene in the 1950s and '60s that included such artists as Bob Thompson, Sam Gilliam and Ed Hamilton, among several others.
Click here for more information about the exhibition. Admission is free.
Click here for more information about the artist.
Rock Creek Market
There's a new venue for antiques lovers, the Rock Creek Market, at 3114 Rock Creek Drive in Louisville. The market specializes in "antique-vintage-repurposed-primitives," as well as having a farmers' market component. It's on a lovely site, in St. Matthews, across from Seneca Park.
Admission is free, and there is plenty of free parking.
Market dates are 15 June, 20 July, 17 August, 21 September and 19 October. If the market is rained out, it will be held the following Saturday.
Would-be dealers as well as customers click here for more information.
Contact the sponsoring institutions for more details such as cost and any deadlines for reservations.