kentuck in the news 

2018

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Alabama News Center

Daniel Livingston is an Alabama Maker whose go-to is raku

Watch and read about how Daniel Livingston creates ornamental pottery.

Alabama News Center

Andrew McCall is an Alabama Maker dancing with vines

For nearly 40 years, the talented craftsman known as the “Vine Man” has been creating baskets, birdhouses, tiny churches, chairs, tables and more from his home a few miles south of Montgomery

Alabama News Center

LIVE at the Kentuck Festival of the Arts

Alabama Newscenter goes LIVE at the Kentuck Festival of the Arts; interviews several artists and staff members

Vice

The Life and Times of Lonnie Holley, Survivor in a Fucked Up America

Profile of Holley, focusing on his 2018 album MITH

Tuscaloosa News

Northport Landmark Rusty the Big Red Dog Inspires Christmas Ornament

Rusty the Big Red Dog, recognizable from his perch overlooking Northport’s Main Street as a fixture of the Kentuck Art Center campus, can shine from your tree for a donation to Easterseals West Alabama.

Alabama News Center

Fire Horse Pottery is an Alabama Maker adding textures and colors to functional art

Kennedy is an artist in residence at the Kentuck Art Center in Northport.

Alabama News Center

Scott McQueen is an Alabama Maker turning car tags into folk art

Learn more about Kentuck artist Scott McQueen.

Tuscaloosa News

Photos: Kentuck Festival of the Arts

Pictures from the 47th annual festival

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Kentuck Art Center and Festival was established in 1971. Kentuck's mission is to perpetuate the arts, engage the community, and empower the artist. The Kentuck Festival of the Arts is held annually in October, and during that weekend, makes a $5.5 million economic impact on its community.

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