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Concordia Public Art Installation Proceeds in Downtown Lexington

One lane of Main was closed in downtown Lexington this weekend while crews installed artist DeWitt Godfrey’s “Concordia,” Lexington’s newest public art project, atop the Downtown Arts Center. The cost of the project, in development for the past two years, […]

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The Rise and Fall of the Lexington Ballet

Far be it from us to be alarmists, but has anyone noticed a recent trend in the demise or restructuring of arts and cultural institutions in this town?


A (Lucille) Little goes a long way: Investing in the Arts in Lexington

9.1.1995 coverstory Investing in the Arts: Little Goes a Long Way by Kelly B. Willis First of all, let's set the scene. How must a woman -- who is a prominent

Lexington’s 1989 Fund for the Arts Campaign

Ace, May 1989 In only five years, Lexington's Fund for the Arts has progressed impressively to become a major city-wide campaign for raising money. The Fund calls on businesses

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