LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) — An uncommon fashion exhibit kicked off some of Jeffersonville’s approaching general public arts events.
Jeffersonville Community Art Commission hosted a community kickoff occasion to celebrate programming for 2022. The Jeffersonville Substantial School band performed as American Smokehouse Stadium offered foods.
“There is just a actually special collaboration when artists get to operate with organizations that are accomplishing really important get the job done in the community,” Emily Dippie, Community Art Administrator, claimed.
Amplify the Arts Bash showcased miniature horses who had been dolled up and trotted out in front of a group. The horses wore patterns made by regional artist Tammy Burke.
Just about every outfit was intended to depict some of Jeffersonville’s forthcoming arts plans like Shakespeare in the Park or the Mural Pageant.
The horses were being from Opening Gates, a nonprofit that delivers equine-assisted therapy.
A person of its systems, Spreading Joy, consists of horses dressing up. The team participated in the general public arts themed manner exhibit on Saturday.
“The main intention is to place smiles on faces and when the group sees the miniature horses in these costumes, I don’t believe there will be a face that does not have a smile on it,” Shara Wiesenauer, president of Opening Gates, stated.
Soon after the demonstrate, attendees have been authorized to get photos with the miniature horses in costumes in trade for a donation to Opening Gates.
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