Once again, Louisville has done an amazing job at bringing art and art history to our city. For those looking for something new and interesting to do, Kentucky’s oldest and largest art museum, the Speed Art Museum here in Louisville, is now back open to the public! After being closed since March 13th due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the museum reopened its doors on July 5th, which also launched the museum’s new exhibit, titled “Andy Warhol: Revelation.”
What a local gem! This exhibition focuses on the famous Pop artist, Andy Warhol, known for paintings of famous people and objects such as “Campbell’s Soup Cans” and “Marilyn Diptych”, which features actress Marilyn Monroe. The show looks at Warhol’s relationship with his Catholic faith and how that shaped his artistic output. It’s the largest exhibition devoted to the Pop artist’s explosive career and will be up through Nov. 29.
My family and I have visited the Speed museum several times and enjoyed every exhibition. They offer programming for all ages, ranging from workshops and tours to music and lectures. Currently, the museum has limited their visitor capacity and is requiring face masks, social distancing and other COVID-19 safety guidelines.
However, if you’re still more comfortable with at home activities, check out the Speed Art Museum’s web page for virtual field trips, games, videos and art projects inspired by Art Sparks and the Speed’s collection that are fun for all ages.
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