By Eric Kapp
Are you interested in different forms of art, do you wish you could see them in Lexington? Well, today, Thursday, March 15th from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., you can at the Artists’ Attic. According to http://calendar.kentucky.com/lexington_ky/events/show/239581464-artrageous-antics “Three of Artists’ Attic’s fun-loving artists have joined forces for a refreshing change of pace exhibit Feb 1 – March 31 with reception during Gallery Hop Feb. 17 5-8pm. Eclectric works of art by Marcia Cone, Ed Fish Dixon and Deborah Westerfield. Cone’s colorful oil paintings, Dixon’s pottery and Westerfield’s ceramic constructions will create an exhibit of whimsy and wit. Enjoy this playful off-the-wall exhibit plus music by the Dunbar Jazz Band at the Gallery Hop reception Feb. 17 5pm-8pm.”
Admission is free and any age can attend, for more information you can call (859) 254-5501.
After you attend the art show you can go see a play at Modern Mercantile. According to http://calendar.kentucky.com/lexington_ky/events/show/244212065-murder-on-the-bayou-presented-by-fantastical-theatricals “Wednesday March 14 and Thursday March 15 Fantastical Theatricals presents “Murder on the Bayou A Gypsy Productions Mystery Play ” Written by Roxanne Diesel The Merc 3101 Clays Mill Road Lexington KY 40509 There’s murder happening deep in the bayou, and Magnolia Plantation will never be the same. Join Big Daddy Thibodaux and the women that have him wrapped around their finger – Big Mama, Blanche, Scarlett and Cha Cha Laveau, as they fend off the voodoo and try to celebrate that most honored of all occasions in the deep south – Mardi Gras! You’ll laugh so hard your tongue will slap your face silly!