KMAC Shop July Virtual Happy Hour

KMAC Shop Virtual Happy Hour
Thursday, July 23rd

You asked, we listened! Our June KMAC Shop Virtual Happy Hour was so popular, we’ve brought it back again for July. This month, you’ll be able to take advantage of our current in-store discounts of up to 70% off, and all without ever leaving home. Grab your favorite libation, throw on some comfy clothes and get ready to shop a beautifully curated selection of jewelry, accessories, and more. New this month, we’ll be offering door prizes throughout the event to registered attendees!

Tickets are free for this virtual event, but registration is required. Click the button below to reserve your spot.

KMAC Museum announces new Board President and Board Members

Theresa Carpenter Beames has been elected president of KMAC Museum’s Board of Directors. Beames has been a KMAC Museum board member for 6 years, serving as KMAC Couture Chairperson for two years, and has been an integral part of the museum’s Engagement and Communications committees. In her professional life, Beames is a media producer, writer, director and editor with her company essentialmedia, llc. She is also the creator of WE Conversations, which explores identity, resilience, optimism and “what’s essential”. Beames’ two-year term as board president began July 1, 2020.

KMAC Museum is also pleased to announce the addition of several new members to its Board of Directors: Ryan Berkey, founder and Executive Creative Director at AUTHORS; Clay Cook, photographer and owner of Clay Cook Photography; Vian Sora Hayden, artist and KMAC Triennial: Crown of Rays selectee; Calseia Henson, attorney with Stites & Harbison; Katie Mac Murphy, personal stylist and image consultant; Scott Weinberg, attorney and shareholder with Lynch, Cox, Gillman & Goodman, PSC; and Christopher Yost, architect with GBBN Architects.

New board members were elected by vote of the current board, and will serve a minimum of two years in the role.

KMAC Museum’s current exhibitions, Where Paradise Lay: Art and Southern Sanctuary and Julie Baldyga’s Heavenly People, can be viewed Wednesday-Saturday, 10AM-4PM.  Also on view are installations from local artist Jaylin Stewart and author and poet Hannah L. Drake.


About KMAC Museum (

KMAC Museum is a contemporary art museum located in historic downtown Louisville on Museum Row. KMAC Museum’s goal is to educate and inspire while promoting a better understanding of art through exhibitions, education, and collections. The museum explores the relationship between art and craft by identifying art as the big idea and craft as the intersection between process, materials, and labor. The museum connects people to art and creative practice.

KMAC Museum is accredited by the American Alliance of Museums and supported by the Fund for the Arts, The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, and the Kentucky Arts Council.

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