Louisville Photo Biennial
SO-IN ART WEEKENDS!
University Hop- September 30th
Ivy Tech 5:00 – 8:30 PM
Purdue 5-7 PM
New Albany Gallery Hop- October 1st, 5-8 PM
Bourne – Schweitzer Gallery
Bourne – Schweitzer Art Alley and Third Street Garage Band
Brick Street Gallery
October 2nd, 5-8 PM
Chestnuts and Pearls
Halo ArtSeed Gallery
Jeffersonville Gallery Hop- October 8th
Jeffersonville Library with art and music on the Terrace –5:30 – 7:30 PM
NOCO – IVY Tech Student Exhibit 6-8:00 PM
Clarksville Gallery Hop- October 9th
Clarksville Library Exhibit and
Botanical Walking Trail Scavenger Hunt 2- 4 PM
If you have a large group, please contact us. We will work with you to schedule gallery visits and workshops designed especially for your group.
Participants must visit five Kentucky and five Indiana exhibits to be entered into a drawing for prizes.
Postcards will be available at all locations starting September 9th.
Prizes will include signed prints from exhibiting artists, memberships, and more.
The Gallery Hop Giveaway has been extended to November 12th!
The Louisville Photo Biennial takes place this year from September 9, 2021 through November 14, 2021, throughout Louisville Metro, Southern Indiana, and Central Kentucky. Our photography exhibitions – spanning traditional to contemporary, local to global – are mounted at museums, galleries universities, and cultural institutions. The Biennial also presents accompanying workshops, public lectures and panel discussions to stimulate learning and expand visual literacy. Since photography is the most widespread art form, our goal is to educate via meaningful dialogue and to help bridge understanding in our diverse world through this dynamic medium.
This year, we have all been affected by the extraordinary circumstances of the pandemic. As a result, we will make the exhibits, presentations and activities of the Louisville Photo Biennial available virtually, as well as in-person, to the greatest extent possible.
One very important aspect of the Louisville Photo Biennial is that almost all of the exhibits and activities may be enjoyed for free, both in-person and virtually. It is very important to our participating artists and organizations that the cultural richness provided by the Louisville Photo Biennial is accessible to everyone.