Where: Kentucky Center for the Arts
What: From Their Website: Founded in 2000, the IdeaFestival is a world-class event that attracts leading global innovators and thinkers to discuss and celebrate imagination, new perspectives, and transformational ideas.
Where: Venues Vary, See Website
What: From Their Website: Louisville’s International Festival of Film is committed to screening artistic films not usually presented through commercial venues, giving independent filmmakers a place to showcase their work.
Where: Downtown Louisville
What: A tour of dozens of galleries in Downtown Louisville’s art district, taking participants to several different art galleries located on the Main, Market, and Fourth Street strips.
Where: St. James Court, Old Louisville
What: The St. James Art Fair is an annual event that draws more visitors to Louisville than the Kentucky Derby. It is a three-day event held in historic Old Louisville where more than 700 artists display their work for sale.
Where: Westport Village
What: Funds from this annual 5K event benefit children with autism and their families.
Where: Sanctuary (Former Jillian's Night Club Building)
What: Live music, artists and performers, local business showcase, free food, and games to celebrate the opening of Sanctuary.
Where: Southeast Christian
What: From Their Website: In our culture we are surrounded by messages telling us to gain money, status, popularity, and success. At Southeast we think it’s time for a new message. That’s why we are hosting Momentum. Our guests will share their talents, struggles, and triumphs during this moving week.
Where: Bardstown Road
What: The Caufield's Halloween Parade is an annual event where lovers of Halloween either gather to march down Bardstown Road with their costumes, floats, and decorated cars or line up along the sidewalks of the route to watch as the characters parade by.