Polo at the competitive level is where you truly find out how much you love the sport.
Admission included in horse park admission. Kentucky Horse Park
KENTUCKY CRAFTED – THE MARKET
High quality art, literature, music & film. Lexington Center
BLUEGRASS TRUST ANTIQUES AND GARDEN SHOW
Featuring over 40 distinguished dealers and garden specialists. Kentucky Horse Park
LUMINOSITY UNVEILING CEREMONY
February 21-March 31, Triangle Park-Corner of Broadway & Main Streets
www.lexingtonartleague.org, FREE and Open to the Public
An exhibition of interactive, light-base art, that will brighten the dark winter nights with sculpture, installation, film and photography by leading regional, national and international artists working with the medium of light. Designed specifically for Lexington by Canadian artists-in-residence Caitlind r.c. Brown and Wayne Garrett, the sculpture of light, constructed with thousands of light bulbs donated by Central Kentucky citizens and businesses in a community-wide light bulb drive, will be unveiled to the public. The sculpture will remain in Triangle Park through March 31.
LUMINOSITY AT LOUDOUN HOUSE
February 28-April 6, Loudon House-209 Castlewood Drive
An exhibit featuring regional, national and international artists working with the medium of light. Gallery hours are 10am-8pm Tues-Sun.
OAK HILL FARM-A JEWEL OF THE BLUEGRASS EXHIBIT
February 14-January 31, Museum Hours, American Saddlebred Museum-4083 Iron Works Parkway, 859-259-2746, www.asbmuseum.org, Tickets: See Below For Pricing
Oak Hill Farm has long been synonymous with world’s champion Saddlebreds and the tradition of excellence begun by owner Jean McLean Davis. Featured in the exhibit will be hundreds of items and artifacts donated by Davis’ estate. Museum Hours: Mon-Sun 9am to 5pm. Tickets: Winter Season-Adults 13 & older $10, children 7-12 $5, children 6 & under FREE! Summer Season-Adults $16, children $8.
WIDE ANGLE: AMERICAN PHOTOGRAPHY
February 11-April 20, Times Vary, The Art Museum at the University of Kentucky-405 Rose St.
859-257-5716, www.uky.edu/artmuseum, Admission: FREE!
From the Art Museum’s extensive collection of more than 1,300 photographs, this exhibition examines the history of American photography through the work of artists like: Ansel Adams, Van Deren Coke, Elliott Erwitt, Robert Frank, Lewis Hine, Helen Levitt, Russell Lee, Ralph Eugene Meatyard, Cindy Sherman, Aaron Sisking, Edward Steichen, Paul Strand, Doris Ulmann, Andy Warhol, and Carrie Mae Weems. Time: Tue-Sun 12noon-5pm; Fri 12noon-8pm.