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Many opportunities for fun March 16-17 at Kentucky Crafted Market’s Hands-On Activities area

Create your own sculpture, get up close and personal with musical instruments, learn about the color wheel and be an amateur archaeologist. These are a few of the exciting opportunities available in The Kentucky Crafted Market’s Hands-On Activities area March 16-17 at the Kentucky Horse Park’s Alltech Arena. 

Although The Market annually showcases dozens of the state’s finest visual and...

Kentucky Crafted Market hands-on activities area offers visitors chance to make and share art

Make your own instrument, add your unique touch to a collaborative collage and learn the art of paper sculpture. These and other fun projects are available in The Kentucky Crafted Market’s Hands-On Activities area, March 3-4 at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville. Although The Market annually showcases dozens of the state’s finest visual and craft artists, the Hands-On Activities area...

Program gives kids with visual, hearing impairments a better sense of the arts

Students at the Kentucky School for the Deaf learn hip-hop dance. (Photo from Kentucky School for the Deaf))   By Susan Riddell Special to KyForward   Music is meant to be heard. But hearing is not the only way to connect to music.   That’s a big message that students at Kentucky School for the Deaf received recently.   Through a grant from the Kentucky Center Access Services...

Russell Cave Elementary students get three new musical PVC pipe and steel instruments

Students at Russell Cave Elementary enjoy new instruments installed in the playground. (Photo from FCPS)   Recess at Russell Cave Elementary now reverberates with more than the sound of children’s laughter as students enjoy three percussion instruments newly installed near the traditional playground equipment.   “They can experiment and just play because that’s how kids learn this stuff,”...