KENTUCKY IS: A SOUND EXPERIENCE
At the Frazier History Museum
Co-Sponsored by the Commonwealth Center for the Humanities and Society
with support from Sarabande Books and the University of Chicago Arts Alumni Network
Robert Eric Shoemaker
A Girl Named Earl
“Kentucky Is” presents a night of improvisational music paired with local poets performing original works inspired by the “Celebrating the Sounds of Kentucky,” the newest exhibition at the Frazier History Museum.
Join “Poetry Is: A Sound Experience,” a local performance collective dedicated to the enrichment of Louisville’s literary and arts scenes as they perform unique poetry readings backed by the sounds of Kentuckiana music. Each poet in the collective will write and then perform a new, original work based on an element in the Kentucky Music exhibition that resonates with them.
$14 General Admission | $10 Student Admission | Free for Frazier Members