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Artist John Lackey: Model Renaissance Guy

Who are This Year’s Models in Lexington? Model Citizens? Visionaries? Innovators? Big Thinkers who are also long on Action? Every year,  Ace celebrates “This Year’s Models” with a special year-end Annual Edition (on stands now). All year long, the readers […]

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The Art of Sybil and Her Other Selves: Shirley A. Mason, Headley-Whitney Museum

The Headley-Whitney presents The Hidden Art of Sybil and her Other Selves: Shirley A. Mason, opening January 21, 2011.  The exhibition features paintings by Shirley Ardell Mason, who

Kickstarter: The Guy Mendes 40/40 Project 12.09.2010

On the cover, Ace December 9 issue.Cover photo by Dan Silvestri.Other photos by Guy Mendes, courtesy Ann Tower Gallery and Phillip Jones.[There is a typo in the print

An App for Art: Lexington Takes it Artside

Gallery Hoppers got a preview of Lexington's new public art app, "Take it Artside," on Friday night at Lexington's Downtown Arts Center.The app is an initiative from Central

Hitting Stands Now: Charlie Williams Ace issue

photos in this week's Charlie Williams coverstory by Bianca Spriggs coverstory are courtesy Institute 193 and LOT Ace's October 28 issue is hitting stands now.In this week's issue,


by Bianca SpriggsYou old black gold, you've taken my lung/And your dust has darkened my home/And now that we're old, you're turnin' your back/Where else can an old

WEG Photo of the Day: Number 2

Photo by Sandy DavisSend us your favorite photo from the World Equestrian Games.We will share and post  a few Ace favorites here. We will then select some of

Fourth Art in Motion bus shelter dedicated in Lexington today

LexTran, in partnership with Art in Motion and the University of Kentucky, will dedicate a fourth art shelter today designed to serve LexTran riders and the community, at

Solid Objectives – Idenburg Liu, visit Lexington

Florian Idenburg and Jing Liu, the founders of SO-IL, will be traveling periodically to Lexington this fall to run the Brown Forman Urban Design Studio. Lexington's Institute

Newest Art in Motion bus shelter dedicated in Lexington

Today marked the dedication of Lexington's newest Art in Motion bus stop/art shelter at the corner of Newtown Pike and Ash Street.The shelter, called "Bluegrass" was designed by

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