Virtual Barn Raisin’ ft. Jeri Katherine Howell & Nat Colten: A Weeklong Virtual FUNdraiser for JSP!
August 19 @ 7:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Virtual Barn Raisin’: A Weeklong Musical FUNdraiser for JSP!
Jeri Katherine Howell & Nat Colten
Wednesday, August 19
JSP Facebook & YouTube
Join us for a weeklong Virtual Barn Raisin’ to raise funds for Josephine Sculpture Park! Each night at 7 PM from Sunday, August 16 to Saturday, August 22, we will release a live concert performance from an artist made especially for JSP and YOU! View the concerts on our Facebook Page and YouTube channel.
By virtually attending this awesome event, sharing it with your friends and family, and making a donation (any amount helps!), you help JSP add 10 acres to the park and restore an historic tobacco barn to host more creative community programs, exhibits and events!
Songwriter duo, Jeri Katherine Howell and Nat Colten, command performances with solid harmonies, raw claw hammer banjo, driving acoustic guitar, and lyrics full of love of place, nature, and community. For almost a decade, Jeri Katherine and Nat have shared their music across the U.S., Latin America, Europe, and Japan, with sounds rooted in their Kentucky home. Josephine Sculpture Park is near and dear to them as the place where the duo celebrated their marriage, where they play and gather as a diverse community to connect with the land through the arts, and where Jeri Katherine serves as the Program Director. Learn more about their music at jerikatherinehowell.com, and follow them on Facebook.
Virtual Barn Raisin’ continues our Capital Campaign to raise $350,000 to secure 10 acres purchased in 2018 and restore the historic tobacco barn for additional classrooms, events and exhibit space. If you’d like to learn more about how to support this effort, please contact christina[at]josephinesculpturepark.org.
JSP is a 501c3 nonprofit organization, FREE to the public 365 days a year from dawn to dusk, serving over 20,000 youth and families in our community annually with over 70 sculptures, walking paths across 30 acres of rural native Kentucky land, art and nature programs and events year round.
Virtual Barn Raisin’ is supported by:
Expree Credit Union
Josephine Ardery Foundation
Stewart Home & School
Carol & John Baughman
Chenault & Hoge Insurance & Real Estate
Billie Faye & Rick Duvall
Frankfort Plant Board
Teresa & Harry Suter