On Nov. 7, the BMW of Louisville team showcased their new state-of-the-art dealership at 2200 Blankenbaker Parkway.
Photos by Kathryn Harrington
On Nov. 7, the BMW of Louisville team showcased their new state-of-the-art dealership at 2200 Blankenbaker Parkway.
Photos by Kathryn Harrington
Benefiting the Woman’s Club of Louisville’s Charity Fund for Preservation, this throw-back fundraiser took place at the Woman’s Club on the evening of Nov. 9.
Photos by Kathryn Harrington
Details Furniture Gallery and Design celebrated the start of the holiday season with an open house on Nov. 9.
Photos by Kathryn Harrington
Leading up to Open Studio Weekend on Nov. 2 and 3, Louisville Visual Art hosted this opening reception and launch party at the Cressman Center on Nov. 1. Artists around the community opened up their work spaces to the public throughout the weekend, allowing them to connect to new audiences and share behind-the-scenes views of the creative process.
Photos by Andrea Hutchinson
Gilda’s Club Kentuckiana’s annual fundraising gala took place on Nov. 8. Held at the organization’s newly opened clubhouse, the affair included a cocktail hour, dinner and live auction. Gilda’s Club provides essential support and resources for those living with cancer and their families.
Photos by Kathryn Harrington
The Speed Art Museum’s annual gathering for Patron Circle and International Benefactor Circle members took place on Nov. 2. The “Midnight Garden” theme inspired guests to wear their most wondrous and elegant attire. Entertainment was provided by Tony and the Tan Lines, and divine food and drinks were prepared by Wiltshire at the Speed.
Photos by Andrea Hutchinson
Ever wondered what all the hype is about CBD oil? Do you use it already but want to learn more about how it’s produced? Or perhaps you are interested in learning how to become part of the industry yourself. Learn all you could ever want to know about hemp and CBD at the Kentucky Hemp/CBD Symposium & Expo on Saturday, November 16.
This event will educate and inform the general public about industrial hemp, hemp-derived products, and CBD oil through discussions and panels. Speakers include Dr. Jagannadh Satyavolu from the University of Louisville Conn Center, who will discuss research efforts to utilize hemp as bio-fuel as well as Dr. Tom Keene from the University of Kentucky, who will discuss the various uses of hemp. Harold Jarobe, known as “The Old Hemp Farmer”, will discuss the challenges of hemp farming, drawing from nearly 30 years experience.
One of the main speakers is Ashley Baesler, a registered nurse and educator, who grows, produces, and distributes organic CBD oils and other therapeutic products. She began her research into the medicinal benefits of hemp and CBD in 2017 and continues to perform research on the product. As a member of the Kentucky Nursing Association as well as the American Nursing Association and the American Association of Heart Failure Nurses, she is dedicated to finding resources for pain management for patients. In her talk, she will discuss education, advocacy, and share her expertise on industrial hemp and CBD production as an alternative and holistic approach to pain management.
HEMP/CBD and HEMP derived products will be on display and available for sale. The event is hosted at the Holiday Inn Airport Fair & Expo Center. The doors open at 9am and the event ends at 5pm. Tickets are $75 per person.
Lace up your running shoes and get ready to sprint at the 14th annual Shamrock N’ Run.
Join the Alpha Xi Chapter of the Kappa Delta Sorority at the University of Louisville in running for a good cause. The 5K will raise money for the prevention of child abuse in Kentucky and across the county by benefiting Prevent Child Abuse Kentucky and Prevent Child Abuse America.
You can be a part of Kappa Delta’s legacy by helping to raise money for this great cause. The sorority has already raised over $260,000 for Prevent Child Abuse Kentucky, and the University of Louisville chapter has raised over $130,000 since 1997.
This year’s goal is $35,000. 80 percent of your contribution will go straight to Prevent Child Abuse Kentucky to help children in your community, while the other 20% will be sent to the national organization. Kappa Delta has been working to end child abuse through donations and fundraisers for Prevent Child Abuse America since 1983, having raised more than $23 million dollars in that time.
To add even more fun to this event, this year’s run will be a Color Run. Colored powder will be thrown into the air at each mile marker. Wear all white and be amazed at your colorful transformation!
Check-in will begin at 10:30am on November 9. The race will begin at 1pm. Entrance costs $30.
LIVE! FROM NEW YORK! It might be you and a plus one … at “Saturday Night Live!”
Win a chance for a complete trip for two — including two tickets for audience seats at the legendary comedy show at 30 Rock, round-trip airfare from anywhere in the United States, two nights in a Midtown Manhattan hotel, plus an NBC studio tour — by purchasing a $100 ticket for a great cause.
Only 1,000 tickets for this dream trip will be sold in the next two months. One-hundred percent of the proceeds will go to build upon the success of the Jefferson Family Recovery Court in other parts of Kentucky.
The recovery court, in operation in Jefferson County throughout 2019, is a voluntary program offering supervised substance abuse treatment and family support for parents seeking to reunite with their children or maintain them in their care. This collaborative approach to families whose lives have been impacted by parental substance abuse includes regular court appearances, treatment for substance abuse and wraparound services such as parental classes, vocational training and maintaining stable housing.
The Jefferson Family Recovery Court is a result of community fundraising under the leadership of the National Council of Jewish Women Louisville section, who reached its goal of $561,000 in private donations for a three-year pilot program. Donors included individuals and organizations such as the Kentucky Bar Foundation, The Gheens Foundation, The Glenview Trust Company and The Wood and Marie C. Hannah Foundation.
Realizing that 90 percent of children in state custody have parents with drug and alcohol addictions, the NCJW seeks to expand the program for families hard-hit by substance abuse problems in Clay, Kenton and Daviess counties. That’s why all proceeds from the “Saturday Night Live” fundraiser will be used as seed money for those efforts in those areas.
Tickets may be purchased here. The drawing will be Jan. 6, 2020. (You don’t have to be present to win.)
Remember: All proceeds will go toward helping Kentucky parents get sober and get their children back in their care.
Give the gift of joy, reunion and laughter this holiday season.
For more information, please contact Jane Emke, 502.419.5587, email@example.com; or the NCJW office, 502.458.5566, firstname.lastname@example.org
Now open Late ‘til Eight every Friday! Plus join us for the After Hours Party every third Friday until 10pm!
GONZO! The Illustrated Guide to Hunter S. Thompson
Through November 10, 2019
Special Exhibition, South Building
As one of Kentucky’s most famous exports, especially in the world of modern investigative journalism, the Speed is uniquely positioned to present this exhibition highlighting the professional collaborations (and personal relationships) that Thompson enjoyed with the artists and photographers who were tasked with illustrating his work, and even more importantly, articulating his vision through visual means.
Ebony G. Patterson: …while the dew is still on the roses…
Through January 5, 2020
The Speed Art Museum will present the work of artist Ebony G. Patterson in the comprehensive solo exhibition …while the dew is still on the roses… Organized by the Perez Art Museum, the project is the most significant presentation of Patterson’s work to date and includes work produced over the last five years, embedded within a new installation environment that references a night garden.
Tales from the Turf: The Kentucky Horse
November 15 – March 1, 2020
FREE for members and FREE with admission for non-members
Costumed Figure Drawing Workshop
November 1 at 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Join us at Late Til 8 hours at the Speed for open figure drawing sessions! This series provides visitors ages 14 and up the opportunity to draw from a live model dressed in costuming inspired by one of the artworks from the Speed’s permanent collection. Registration not required, but materials and folding stools available first-come, first-serve. Guests many bring their own materials. PLEASE NOTE: Sketching materials permitted in the galleries include: pencil, conte crayon, and colored pencils.
November 2 at 8:00 pm – November 3 at 1:00 am
Free and exclusive to International Benefactor Circle and Patron Circle members. Featuring live music from Tony and the Tan Lines Divine food and drinks by Wiltshire at the Speed Dancing and revelry Dress for a midnight garden party MEMBERSHIP HAS ITS BENEFITS Don’t miss what’s been hailed as the party of the year! Contact 502.634.2717 for ticket/membership information.
Speed Cinema Presents: Free Owsley Sunday Film: Dreadful Memories: The Life of Sarah Ogan Gunning
November 3 at 1:00 pm – 1:40 pm
Appalshop at 50 Dreadful Memories: The Life of Sarah Ogan Gunning Directed by Mimi Pickering For decades, Sarah Ogan Gunning wrote and performed hauntingly beautiful ballads about the lives of working people. Born in the eastern Kentucky coalfields in 1910, Gunning lived through the organizing drives and coal mine strikes of the 1920s and ’30s and the bitter poverty of the Great Depression.
Speed Cinema Presents: Midnight Traveler
November 8 at 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
November 9 at 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm
November 9 at 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
November 10 at 2:00 pm – 3:30 pmMidnight Traveler Directed by Hassan Fazili “A valuable, first-hand refugee’s story.”—Caryn James, The Hollywood Reporter The story of refugees is most often told by others — journalists, NGO workers, and other outsiders who strive to faithfully convey traumatic experiences far removed from their own. When assassins target Afghan documentarian Hassan Fazili in 2015 after he makes a film about Taliban fighters who have laid down arms, he must flee Afghanistan with his family.
Adult Workshop – Back to Basics: Ink Illustration
November 9 at 10:30 am – 11:30 am
Adult Workshop – Back to Basics: Ink Illustration Get your hands dirty creating ink illustrations inspired by Ralph Steadman’s work in the special exhibition, Gonzo! The Illustrated Guide to Hunter S. Thompson. Learn drawing methods using different kinds of inks and take home an illustration that is uniquely yours. Make it decadent, make it depraved—just make your mark! Ages 16 and up; all materials provided. Members $10 | Non-members $20 TICKETS
Speed Cinema Presents: Exhibition on Screen: Leonardo: The Works
November 9 at 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm
November 10 at 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm
Exhibition on Screen Leonardo: The Works Directed by Phil Grabsky Leonardo da Vinci is acclaimed as the world’s favorite artist. Many TV shows and feature films have showcased his extraordinary genius but fail to examine the most crucial element of all: his art. Leonardo’s peerless paintings and drawings are the focus of Leonardo: The Works, as Exhibition on Screen presents every single attributed painting, in Ultra HD quality, as never before seen on the big screen.
November 10 at 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Visit Art Lab and put your creativity to the test. Art Lab provides a creative space for artistic experimentation, encouraging visitors to solve creative challenges, tinker with technology and discover new materials for art-making. All ages are welcome; All youth must be accompanied by an adult. Free with museum admission as part of Sunday Showcase.
The Speed Art Museum and the Filson Historical Society present Hidden Histories of Kentucky Art with Mack Cox: Tracking New England Footprints in Kentucky Furniture
November 10 at 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm
Hidden Histories: Kentucky Art with Mack Cox Tracking New England Footprints in Kentucky Furniture The third in a lectures series from historian and Kentucky antiques collector Mack Cox. Kentucky was the first region settled west of the Appalachian Mountains. With wealth generated by fertile Bluegrass soils, Kentucky attracted craftsmen from faraway places with high wages and low living costs. This lecture introduces early Kentucky furniture and explores the footprints left by New England cabinetmakers in the first American west.
Speed Cinema Presents: Louisville Film Society Short Film Slam
November 14 at 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Louisville Film Society Short Film Slam Various directors Co-presented by the Louisville Film Society, local filmmakers will present several short works of fifteen minutes or less followed by questions and comments from the audience. This twice-yearly program offers a great opportunity to view works by established and emerging filmmakers from the region. Running time: approximately 90 minutes. Recommended for 16+. $9 / $7 Speed and Louisville Film Society members TICKETS
After Hours at the Speed
November 15 at 5:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Stay up late and celebrate the opening our latest exhibition, Tales from the Turf: The Kentucky Horse, 1825 – 1950, with us at the Speed! On the third Friday of each month, the Museum will be open until 10 pm. Each After Hours event comes alive with an eclectic mix of music, performances, cash bar + food available by Wiltshire at the Speed, and of course art! Come experience the Speed after hours like you’ve never experienced it before.
Speed Cinema Presents: Parasite (Gisaengchung)
November 15 at 6:00 pm – 8:15 pm
November 16 at 3:00 pm – 5:15 pm
November 16 at 6:00 pm – 8:15 pm
November 17 at 3:00 pm – 5:15 pm
Parasite (Gisaengchung) Directed by Bong Joon-ho “An escalating freak show of tension, surprise, and class rage.”—Justin Chang, Los Angeles Times Bong Joon-ho (Snowpiercer, Okja, The Host) brings his singular skillset home to Korea in this pitch-black modern parable of a searing class divide that premiered and won the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival. The film focuses on the stark differences between two families brought together by mutual need.
Women’s Work: The Legacy of Enid Yandell, Kentucky’s Pioneer Sculptor with Dr. Juilee Decker
November 17 at 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Women’s Work: The Legacy of Enid Yandell, Kentucky’s Pioneer Sculptor Dr. Juilee Decker Born on October 6, 1869, in Louisville, Kentucky, Enid Yandell was the eldest of four children who ultimately found her passion in sculpture. She trained in Louisville and Cincinnati before taking a position at the 1893 Columbian Exposition in Chicago, which launched her 40-year career.
Memories at the Museum Tour: Kentucky Horses
November 20 at 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm
Join us at the Speed for a special program designed for those living with early- and middle-stage memory loss and their care partners. This program will combine a tour of the exhibition Tales from the Turf: The Kentucky Horse with a hands-on art-making experience inspired by our tour. Slow down at the Speed and strengthen bonds as you discover new connections with your loved ones. To register, please call the Alzheimer’s Association at 1-800-272-3900. Advance registration is required.
Speed Cinema Presents: Making Waves: The Art of Cinematic Sound
November 22 at 6:00 pm – 7:36 pm
November 23 at 3:00 pm – 4:36 pm
November 23 at 6:00 pm – 7:36 pm
November 24 at 3:00 pm – 4:36 pm
Making Waves: The Art of Cinematic Sound Directed by Midge Costin “Making Waves leaves you eager to go hear a favorite movie for the first time.”—David Ehrlich, IndieWire Few realize the impact of sound on the cinematic experience. Building on the history of sight-and-audio innovations of iconic filmmakers, this documentary features the first generation of recognized sound designers who designed great movies with sound before a frame was shot.
Speed Reading Book Club: Three Girls in a Flat by Enid Yandell, Jean Loughborough, and Laura Hayes
November 23 at 11:30 am – 1:00 pm
Join us for this program that is part book discussion, part gallery tour. This month we will read Three Girls in a Flat by Enid Yandell, Jean Loughborough, and Laura Hayes before exploring works in the Speed’s collection. Visit the Museum Store to purchase a copy. FREE with admission.
Open Studio: Mixed Media
November 24 at 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
What is mixed media? Join us for an Open Studio inspired by Revitalize! Black Women Artists of Louisville in Conversation with Idris Goodwin and Ebony G. Patterson . . . while the dew is still on the roses. . . . You’re invited to create mixed media, an art form that uses more than one material to create a piece of art, while reflecting on black women artists in our collection. The possibilities are infinite.
Revitalize! Black Women Artists of Louisville in Conversation with Idris Goodwin
November 24 at 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm
Revitalize! Black Women Artists of Louisville in Conversation with Idris Goodwin Hosted by Idris Goodwin and co-moderated by Dr. Erica Sutton, Associate Professor at University of Louisville School of Medicine, Board member of Fund For The Arts Panelists: Lucy Azubuike: A multimedia artist, Lucy specializes in photography, film, and performance. Sandra Charles: A visual artist, Sandra originally worked as a batik ﬁber artist before developing a passion for oil painting. Ramona Dallum Lindsey: An artist working with traditional quilting and ﬁne art.
November 28 at 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
The Museum will be closed for the Thanksgiving Holiday and will reopen on Friday, November 29. NOTE: The Museum will close at 5 pm instead of the standard 8 pm on November 29.
Youth Side-by-Side Workshop: Garden Boxes
November 29 at 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
In this Youth Side-by-Side workshop, participants will enjoy a guided tour of Ebony G. Patterson …while the dew is still on the roses… Discover how art and nature connect by creating your own garden box with materials such as lace, glitter, and beads. Ages 6 – 12 years. A parent or guardian must also register for the workshop. $5 for members | $10 for non-members
Speed Cinema Presents: Gift
November 29 at 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
November 30 at 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm
November 30 at 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Gift Directed by Robin McKenna “Intelligent and life-affirming.”—Andrew Parker, The Gate Inspired by Lewis Hyde’s beloved classic book The Gift: Creativity and the Artist in the Modern World, Gift is a richly cinematic documentary, interweaving stories of art projects with a non-monetary exchange. On North America’s Pacific Northwest Coast, a young indigenous man undertakes the elaborate preparations for a potlach—to affirm social status by giving everything away.
Mindfulness & Meditation Retreat: Gratitude and Loving Kindness
November 30 at 12:30 pm – 4:30 pm
Mindfulness & Meditation Retreat: Gratitude and Loving Kindness Quiet the mind, open the heart, nurture creativity, and increase focus where art and mindfulness meet. Join community mindfulness teachers during this silent retreat. No mindfulness practice experience required.
By Janice Carter Levitch
Photos by J. Edward Brown
With my love of style and fashion throughout the years, the first person who came to mind to put on our November cover was Douglas Riddle, a style icon and dear friend of mine. I recently met up with Douglas at the construction site of the new Butchertown Grocery Bakery, situated on Main Street next to Bittners, which was designed by Douglas and his Bittners’ team, including designer Chad Cobb.
Janice: Thank you for agreeing to do this feature and letting us see into the more personal side of you which you normally shy away from.
Douglas: Well, we have been friends for many years, so I know that I am in good hands.
Janice: One of the many things that I have found intriguing about you is your humbleness. Because of our history together, I know about your successful career in the fashion industry. You worked with such greats as De La Renta, Klein, Herrera, Kors, Saint Laurent, and very few people know that about you. From there, you left the fashion world and entered the interior design industry. I have heard that you have worked with top celebrities and fashion designers to national authors and journalists. You never talk about it. Why?
Douglas: I’m in the service business. Clients hire me to do a service for them, and I never lose sight of that. I work for them and it is for them to talk about it, not me. Plus, I am a little uncomfortable talking about my accomplishments.
Janice: Let’s talk about the cover for a moment. I styled the cover and photos showing the two sides of you, the quiet reserved side and then the rock star side with both displaying your great sense of style. Where do you think your sense of style comes from?
Douglas: I think it must come from my exposure to the European fashion industry early in my career. I attended the collection shows in Milan and Paris for many years and grew to appreciate the vision and craftsmanship that goes into high-end clothing.
I think that there is a big difference between fashion and style. I have always liked owning a few great pieces rather than accumulating a lot of clothes. I am also consistent with my purchases, so if I like a look, for example, I may buy two of an item and wear both for a long time. I don’t need constant newness or trendy pieces which come and go. Less is more.
Comfort is also important, and it comes when a piece has a great fit on your body type. I think sometimes you can see clothes wearing the person rather than the person wearing the clothes. You are the message, not the clothes.
Janice: Who is the designer you respect the most?
Douglas: Ralph Lauren. He is an American treasure. He is a genius, an original and the only one who is a constant in American fashion. I love his appreciation of the Native American Indian, which shows up in his collections. I have a great deal of respect for him and his accomplishments.
Janice: Your quote “I am always touched by the style and beauty of imperfection” really says a lot. In contrast, I find you to be a perfectionist. How does this work together?
Douglas: Yes, in some ways I am a perfectionist, but I love the imperfection in perfectionism.
Janice: Just like how great style has a twist. You always have that messy hair accompanied with a relaxed chic look that you wouldn’t think would be put together perfectly, but yet you always look somewhat perfect. Are you aware of how people in our community respect you and your style?
Douglas: I am very appreciative of those kind words, and I hope that I contribute to our city with style and design. I’m very passionate about style of any kind – from clothes, buildings, landscapes, interior and exterior design to even things like bike racks, accessories, home items and so much more. Style is so important in our daily lives because it relates to function.
Janice: Yes, I agree! You have always been ahead of the curve, which brings me to a wonderful attribute about you in that you are consistent with who you are. Have you always been confident and secure?
Douglas: I have always had a strong spirituality within me, so I knew that I could never be broken. I just had to be who I was, even at a young age. All of us – no matter what nationality, ethnicity, gender, sexual identity, preference and many more “boxes” that we are put into – should be able to be who we are and accepted as such.
Janice: I know that you and Stephen Lewis, your long-time partner, were married in a teepee on a mountain overlooking Santa Fe, New Mexico. Can you tell me a little about that?
Douglas: Yes, we did get married in the mountains accompanied by our good friends John and Patti Moore as our witnesses. It was a small, intimate ceremony. I am so fortunate to have Stephen with me on my life’s journey. He is so talented and has enriched my life.
Janice: You have taken this 165-year-old iconic company known as Bittners and revitalized it, propelling it into the future. How does that make you feel?
Douglas: I am very proud of the Bittners team. It takes all of us to make the magic of Bittners happen. I have done none of this on my own. I really feel that I am the current ambassador of this wonderful, nationally-recognized design firm. My mentor Owsley Brown Frazier instilled this deep appreciation for the meaning of Bittners, and today, Laura Frazier continues this tradition. I am very aware and appreciative of how blessed I am to be a part of this iconic brand.
Janice: Can you tell us about any current or future design projects?
Douglas: Yes, we just finished up Dr. T. Gerald O’Daniel Plastic Surgery and Advanced Skin Spa Studios located in St. Matthews and Butchertown Grocery Bakery next door to Bittners on Main Street. I have two projects that I can’t say too much about right now, but I am excited about one with Steve Wilson called Barn 8 at historic Hermitage Farm. The other one that I am excited about as well is a project at Hudson Yards in New York City.
Janice: You have been philanthropic with your time, creativity and money for many years. Why is this so important?
Douglas: We live in this community together and by giving together, we can really make a difference. At Bittners, our motto is “designing for the way you live” which we carry over into our philanthropy with our saying “giving is the way we live.” I have worked with many organizations throughout the years and hold dear to my heart Gilda’s Club Kentuckiana.
We are fortunate to have many hometown heroes in our community. The Frazier and Brown families, along with many other family foundations, continue the great tradition of giving. Jennifer Lawrence, along with her foundation, has made a huge impact at Norton Children’s Hospital. I have seen with my own eyes how Jen’s gift has saved and enriched so many children’s lives. David Jones, who recently passed, inspired and certainly raised the bar on giving back.
I also don’t want to forget those people who give quietly by volunteering their time and creative talent unconditionally. Giving enriches our community and to me is the best feeling one can ever have.
Janice: Well, I wish we didn’t have to end this because it has been great talking to you today for this article. Any final thoughts?
Douglas: Yes, I can’t believe you got me to do this! Seriously, I am so appreciative of all the support from so many people throughout my fashion and now design years. I am excited about what the future holds. As we say at Bittners, “The best is yet to come.” V
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Cielle Kovac and Ashton Wade, Joseph’s Salon & Spa
Stacy Thomas and Alexis Cain, Joseph’s Salon and Spa
Lucy Duane and Mariah Kline
Tim Singer and Eleanor Wells
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