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Thursday Night Salon: A Sensory-Filled Evening Inspired by Penny Sisto at 80

Thursday, March 3
6-7:30 p.m.

Our third Thursday Night Salon will be A Sensory-Filled Evening Inspired by Penny Sisto at 80. Wander through the galleries from 6-7:30 p.m. and take in the Penny Sisto at 80 exhibition, while experiencing live music by Cincinnati-based singer and classically trained violinist and harpist, Bailey Miller, and viewing a live durational visual art performance by Louisville-based artist Chelsea Markuson. In the spirit of memory and healing evoked by Sisto’s art, energy healer and motivational speaker Breketa Goodwin will be offering one-on-one oracle readings in our cozy Newkirk gallery. Plus, a make-your-own “mood board” collage booth, and free samples of locally made elderberry tea (a natural healing remedy) by The Elderberry Co

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What is Thursday Night Salon at the Carnegie Center? 

Set in the main galleries amidst the art exhibitions, this interactive evening series is intended to foster a sense of community, with a rotating program of conversations, performances, and active art-making. Our first Thursday Night Salon in October 2021 featured a keynote presentation about the Underground Railroad by Louisville-based historian and podcaster Jermaine Fowler, set against the backdrop of the exhibition Hoosier Lifelines: Environmental and Social Change Along the Monon, 1847-2020. Our second Thursday Night Salon in December 2021 occurred during the solo painting exhibition Debra Clem: Surface & Illusion, and featured live performance art by local painter Cynthia Norton, and a roundtable discussion with four local figure painters, including Norton, Clem, LaNia Roberts, and Patrick Smith.


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