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Headley-Whitney Museum

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The HWMuseum is a decorative arts museum founded by prominent 20th- century jewelry designer, George W. Headley III, and is located in the heart of Bluegrass Country. Tour changing exhibitions, Marylou Whitney Doll Houses, Headley's jewel room, library and shell grotto.
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August 24, 2019
The mission of the Headley-Whitney Museum of Art is to enrich the life of the whole community by fostering knowledge, enjoyment, and appreciation for the arts. Named after its founder, George Headley III, and museum benefactors, Cornelius Vanderbilt Whitney and Marylou Whitney, the museum features…

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“Built in 1904 as a YMCA, ArtsPlace is a unique Beaux Arts building with a long history as a community gathering spot. In 1979, renovations converted the building into an arts center. ArtsPlace offers studio, rehearsal and performance space; administrative offices for non-profit arts organizations; and a gallery featuring local and regional artists. ArtsPlace tenants include the Bluegrass Printmakers Cooperative, the Center for Old Music in the New World, the Central Kentucky Youth Orchestras, Citizens CREATE!, the Lexington Ballet Company, The Lexington Chamber Chorale and the Lexington Philharmonic Orchestra. ”
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4435 Old Frankfort Pike
Lexington, KY 40510
Telefonnummer+1 859-255-6653