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Summer season for the Lexington Theatre Company postponed

Lexinton Theatre Company

The Lexington Theatre Company has decided to postpone their 2020 Summer Season due to COVID-19. This series includes Chicago (July 9-12) and Disney’s The Little Mermaid (July 30-August 2), at The Lexington Opera House. However, Disney's The Little Mermaid plans to be back for the summer of 20201 and they hope to be able to present Chicago then as well. With...

Lexington wins big with National Endowment for the Arts Grants

The National Endowment for the Arts announced today that it is awarding $215,000 in grant funding to six Lexington-based projects. “Lexington has a vibrant arts community, and these creative grants will offer new opportunities to our artists and to our citizens,” Mayor Linda Gorton said. National Endowment for the Arts’ Our Town grants support creative placemaking projects that integrate arts, culture,...

Breaking the Bronze Ceiling statue installed downtown

The Breaking the Bronze Ceiling statue arrived in Lexington, KY on Thursday, August 6, and has been installed at the corner of Vine and Mill streets. Breaking the Bronze Ceiling received a $20,000 Art Works Grant from the National Endowment for the Arts in June 2020. Chaired by Lexington-Fayette Urban County Council Members, Jennifer Mossotti and Kathy Plomin, Breaking the Bronze...

“Stand,” new statue in downtown Lexington honors women

The official unveiling and and lighting of  “Stand” was held on Wednesday, August 19 to celebrate the 100th anniversary of passage of the 19th Amendment, giving many women the right to vote. The statue of five 20-foot tall women suffragists was done by nationally renowned artist Barbara Grygutis. “Lexington is shining bright tonight,” Mayor Linda Gorton said. “Through this sculpture, we are...