We are EXPANDING our PROGRAMMING!
Please take 3 to 7 minutes to complete this survey to share your ideas. Survey period ends Nov. 12!
We will use the survey results to create new programs. We greatly appreciate your honest and thoughtful responses. THANK YOU!
**RESERVATION DEADLINE EXTENDED: RESERVE YOUR DINNER TICKET BY TOMORROW, THURSDAY, OCT. 11 AT 5 PM**
Join us for dinner and an artist talk with Lucy this Friday, Oct. 12! The artist talk and exhibition are FREE and begin at 7:30! Dinner is $10 and starts at 6:30.
Artist in Residence, Lucy Azubuike is living and working at JSP through Oct. 21. Originally from Nigeria, Lucy came to the US several years ago to complete her MFA at the Savannah College of Art and Design in Atlanta. She is completing her project, One Million Trees, which she began at JSP. She has taught photo workshops while here and will be installing a large sculptural installation as well.
She will conduct an artist talk showing images of her previous and ongoing work. We will also show an exhibition of her photographs in the Art Barn. Come out to meet this impressive artist and see her sculpture in progress!
A community dinner will be served and costs only $10 per person. Dinner tickets must be purchased in advance by Thursday, Oct. 11 at 5 PM. The artist talk and exhibition are FREE! Dinner will be served at 6:30 and the artist talk will begin at 7:30, both in the Art Barn. Thank you!
VOLUNTEER at the Fall Arts Festival: Sunday, Sep. 9th from 11am-6pm
Come make art with us! Professional artists conduct free workshops throughout the 30-acre park. Featuring live music, food trucks, dance, free demonstrations & activities such as book binding, sculpting, printmaking, mural painting, pottery wheel, fabric dyeing, art scavenger hunts, walking tours & there are always a few other surprises! Guest artist Peyton Scott Russell will unveil his NEW sculpture and lead a hands-on graffiti painting workshop. Stop by his booth for an opportunity to meet and talk with him about this sculpture! Advanced workshops such as glass blowing, metal casting and blacksmithing are available for a small fee. Soar above the sculptures in a hot air balloon ride, play in the bubbles of the bubble bug, simply walk the quiet paths and view the new sculpture exhibit.
There is something for every age and ability at JSP, and that goes for our volunteers, too! Assist an artist, help kids make life-sized sculptures, welcome people to the festival, and more. Volunteers get a JSP t-shirt and free festival parking. Decide where you’d like to volunteer, and SIGN UP today by clicking the button below!
Explore the park… after dark! June 9, 2018 from 6pm-midnight
An evening of sculpture, sparks and spirits to support JSP! This is a free event for the whole family featuring live music, activities, food & drinks and a donation station! This event is sponsored by Kentucky Employees Credit Union and West Sixth Brewing.
This is a free event and fun for the whole family. $5 parking supports JSP programs, THANKS!
Jeri Katherine Howell and Nat Colten 6-7:30
Sorry Atari 10-11:45
Food, Beer, Ice Cream & S’mores
Amazing Gracie’s Food Truck also serving kid-friendly and veggie options
Forged Coffee Company serving cold brew coffee
JSP S’mores Bar
Bonfire and S’mores Bar
Silly Sculpture Makin’ Station for kids and adults
Night Sky Tour with Dan Price
April 14 from 9am-2pm. Frankfort’s annual Reforestation event is fun for the whole family! Please be prepared to dig in the dirt and bring your own shovel if you can. Enjoy visiting with vendors, live music, tree planting and take home a tree of your own for free!
Please check back for parking updates, which will be posted by Friday April 13.