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Art Duo Kurt Gohde and Kremena Todorova are This Year’s Models in Ace

This Year’s Models The Art Duo behind The Lexington Tattoo Project By Kakie Urch This Year’s Model is the duo behind the sprawling, living, breathing, exfoliating, video-starring, print-book-filling human concrete poem that is The Lexington Tattoo Project. Every year, Ace […]

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Kentucky Stories: The Year in Lexington in Film, 2013

Kentucky Stories The Year in Lexington Film by Justin Hannah It’s been a year full of interesting local film events, and screenings of films by extremely talented Lexington-area filmmakers. The

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Street Art: Kobra makes mark with Lincoln mural in Lexington

By Kakie Urch On La Brea in Los Angeles, it’s Albert Einstein. Hovering mid-air off the Highline in New York City’s Chelsea, it’s “V.J. Day in Times Square,” the iconic

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FILM: Blood Brother, Art Meets Commerce for UK Grad

Blood Brother Art meets Commerce for UK grad by Amy Jones-Timoney and Blair Hoover UK grad A.J. Hochhalter (2010) composed part of the musical score for the documentary Blood Brother,

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Guidelines for the Ace Eleven Project, Year Three

At 9:10 am and at 9:10 pm on 11.12.13, we invite Ace readers to stop what they’re doing, for one moment, and take a picture. We have

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Home from Burning Man 2013: Kentucky Fried Camp-er reflects on the Temple

Baloney, Bourbon, and Breakfast —  the signature of the  Kentucky Fried Camp (KFC) at the annual Burning Man festival in Nevada’s Black Rock desert — was served on schedule

Kentucky Fried Camp, Burning Man 2010. Photo Mick Jeffries.

Kentucky Fried Curse? KFC Burning Man U-Haul Stolen

Baloney, Bourbon, and Breakfast -- that's the signature of the wildly popular Kentucky Fried Camp (KFC) at the annual Burning Man festival in Nevada's Black Rock desert. It's

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A Conversation with Bob Stewart, Kentucky’s Story through the Arts

‘Telling Kentucky’s Story Through the Arts’ A Conversation with Bob Stewart, Kentucky’s Secretary of Tourism, Arts, and Heritage BY LAURA GLASSCOCK A self-described “seventh or eighth generation Kentuckian,” Bob Stewart

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The Girl Project: art meets activism not just for girls

The Girl Project: Arts Meets Activism not just for girls It all began as a conversation over coffee at Third Street Coffee between mother/daughter Trish Clark and Ellie Clark, with

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Ace Daily Photo 8.18.2013 Woodland Art Fair 2013

8.18.2013 Ace Daily Photo: 38th Woodland Art Fair 2013 Sugar - an art form we can all appreciate. More than 200 artists were included at this year's Woodland Arts Fair: home



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