Events

Wes Berry2014 Events & Exhibits

 

May 25: KY BBQ From The Big Muddy To Appalachia, spoken by Wes Berry at the ACMC Studio & Gallery, 3:00PM.  Admission is free.

A Kentucky Humanities Council Speaker’s Bureau presentation.  “Kentucky’s mom and pop barbecue joints serve some of the most soulful food you can find.  The pit tenders and owners (often the same person) burn a lot of hardwood and work long hours to delight us with their smoky arts.  From 2009 – 2012, Dr. Wes Berry hit the blue highways of Kentucky to eat the barbecue and interview the pitmasters.  He features his favorite places in The Kentucky Barbecue Book.  Berry will talk about regional styles of Kentucky barbecue and the colorful people he met during his journeys; offer a slideshow featuring the people, pits, and plates; and share selections from the book.”

 

ACMC Studio & Gallery is located at 120 S. Main Street, Harrodsburg, KY.

Gallery Exhibits:

August 1, 2014

Listening to the Silence: Works by Bill Berryman, Opening Reception at ACMC Studio & Gallery the evening of August 1, 6:30PM – 8:00PM.  Admission is free.  Exhibit Dates: August 1 – 31. 

Artist, Bill Berryman is a native of Winchester, KY.  He draws and paints the places and subjects that he knows and loves most in a realistic, representational manner.  His series of works titled, LISTENING TO THE SILENCE, is inspired by his visits to Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill and the title itself is taken from a comment Thomas Merton made after his own visit to Shaker Village many years ago.  Berryman’s works will tell a story and bring the viewer into the realm of the piece.  His works will include portraits, figures, buildings, details of buildings, rendered in pencil, pen and ink and watercolor.

November 7, 2014

*And This Above All Things: The Exhibit, Open to all Artists!  Opening Reception at the ACMC Studio & Gallery the evening of November 7, 6:30PM – 8:00PM.  Admission is free.  Exhibit Dates: November 7 – December 6.

And This Above All Things is inspired from words scripted in Shakespeare’s, Hamlet.  The challenge is to create a piece of art in any medium that simply reflects what those words mean to you.  Are you up to the challenge? 

 

*Artists interested in participating in our special featured or themed exhibits, pay $10 for the first entry and $5 each additional, up to 4 entries of any shape, size or medium.  When artwork is sold, the ACMC receives a 20% commission from the sale from non-members (no commission from ACMC members).  The artwork is juried and monetary prizes are awarded for 1st – 3rd places.

ACMC Studio & Gallery is located at 120 S. Main Street, Harrodsburg, KY.