Josephine Sculpture ParkDo you enjoy the arts in Frankfort? Did you know that we have the ONLY outdoor sculpture park in Kentucky? Josephine Sculpture Park is over 28 acres of beautiful rolling landscape showcasing amazing art from artists from around the world. It’s a perfect place to take your family for a picnic, or a class full of young minds looking to learn. And the art from the park spills over into the community. You’ll find sculptures from the park throughout your travels in Frankfort – in front of Kentucky Employees Credit Union, near Ward Oates Amphitheater, and in front of the Gooch House – home to the Frankfort/Franklin County Tourism Office. JSP has become a tourist attraction. And they are part of the community. And would like to be more involved in our community. So won’t you please help them win this grant?
Please Help Josephine Sculpture Park – it won’t cost a penny!!
Please support one of Frankfort’s favorite tourist attractions. You can help JSP win a grant to create a mobile art studio with passenger van that will take arts workshops across central Kentucky and transport students and people in need to arts events in Franklin County. Please go to josephinesculpturepark.org and click on the picture of the art van. That will take you to the USA Today site for its grant competition called “A Community Thrives.” Watch the video of park director Melanie Van Houten describing her plan to extend JSP’s programs and services into the Franklin County community and surrounding areas. And then please register to cast votes for JSP’s application.
You can help JSP into the next level of competition by doing two very important things:
- VOTE ONE TIME PER DAY until May 12 (Site registration is required only once.)
- SHARE this information with your on-line friends and encourage them to vote every day and to share with their own networks.
We can use the exponential power of the Internet to show our support for Josephine Sculpture Park and to boost it through this national competition. Thanks so much for donating a few minutes of your time each day until May 12!