Louisville Arts Plan

New news for LouisvilleKY’s Master Plan for the Arts

Louisville, KY (September 28, 2016) – More than 220 people participated in an Arts Summit on Tuesday hosted by the Steering Committee of the Greater Louisville Master Plan for the Arts. The goal of the event, which was held at the Muhammad Ali Center, was to engage participants in energizing dialogue that would lead to the development of strategies for the plan. To accomplish this, attendees broke into five groups to brainstorm about strategies that would address the priorities that have already been identified by the community engagement phase of the planning process. Those priorities include: access, cultivation, diversity &…

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iroquois park

LouisvilleKY’s Iroquois Park North Overlook officially open

  Louisville, KY., – After years of planning and months of work, the revamped and freshly-completed North Overlook project in South Louisville’s Iroquois Park was unveiled to the public today by a group that included Mayor Greg Fischer, Councilwoman Marianne Butler and officials from Metro Parks and Recreation and the Louisville Olmsted Parks Conservancy. “The view from the top at the North Overlook is as spectacular as ever, and once the surrounding native grasses and other plantings have a chance to grow in, the whole experience at the summit will really be enhanced,” Mayor Greg Fischer said. “The work cements…