JSP is off to a great start in the GoodGiving Guide Challenge! You helped us meet our first 2 goals and we had a huge crowd at Buddy’s Pizza last week. The music was amazing and of course, so was the PIZZA! If you were there, you know…and if you weren’t there, you sure don’t want to miss out on the next big gig!! The Kentucky Coffeetree Cafe is hosting a Holiday Paint Party featuring Jennifer Zingg of Full Circle Studio to support JSP in the GoodGiving Guide Challenge. This will be a fun night of painting and holiday cheer, so be sure to visit the site for more details and to register all your friends for this unique holiday event. A portion of the registration will support JSP as well as the profits from food and drink sales that night after 6pm… so even if painting isn’t your “cup of tea”, you will still have a great time with friends, hanging out to support a great cause! ps I’ve heard their specialty cocktails are amazing!
The GoodGiving Challenge is here! We are on our way to raising $3000 for Josephine Sculpture Park by next Friday, Nov. 27!!! Will you help us?
Your donation will be doubled by generous matching donors!! Help us spread the word and let everyone you know that now is the time to give to JSP by donating through our website.
JSP is thrilled to have been selected to participate in the Good Giving Guide Challenge this year! This online giving campaign is organized through the Bluegrass Community Foundation and is sponsored by Smiley Pete Publishing. Look for JSP in the Good Giving Guide all over Lexington…. and online!!
Your donation will help us win a $5000 endowment from the Bluegrass Community Foundation, so please visit our donation page and see all the GOOD we are GIVING throughout the year!
So, I’ve been in Phoenix for the International Sculpture Center Conference since Wed. and it has been truly inspiring. I’ve seen amazing public art, everywhere, visited Bollinger Atelier, The Phoenix Art Museum, Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, including the Knight Rise skyspace by James Turrell during sunrise and sunset. I’ve attended panels by artists from around the world working in a variety of methodologies crossing boundaries, sometimes quite literally, between countries, across disciplines and always engaging the public in art-making that is innovative and poignant. I’ve met artists and arts administrators from several countries, and a few fellow Kentuckians were in attendance too! I hope you enjoy the photos below from this wonderful adventure… and a special shout out to the International Sculpture Center for continuing to be at the forefront of sculpture!!