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IDEAS xLab Press releases

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May 11, 2022
In 2021 IDEAS xLab launched the (Un)Known Project, an effort created to honor the names and telling the stories of Black men, women and children that were enslaved and hidden figures in Louisville, KY.

Apr 27, 2022
Crowd-sourcing history by gathering the names and stories of enslaved people in America

Mar 24, 2017
One Poem At A Time - a new public health policy initiative of IDEAS xLab and Creative Agents of Change Foundation - replaces negative and predatory advertising and billboards in Louisville's Smoketown neighborhood with positive photographs and poetry...

May 09, 2016
City of Natchez, MS and Natchez Art Association one of 64 NEA Our Town projects selected nationwide to support the creation and implementation of IDEAS xLab's art + health initiative called "Cultural Blueprint for Health".

Dec 15, 2015
Edmonds of IDEAS xLab will advise the Private Sector Council

Sep 25, 2015
Creativity is fuel for innovation, and with exponential technologies and shifts in philanthropy disrupting current paradigms, infusing nonprofit boards with artists can help to drive toward a new, sustainable development model.

Sep 11, 2015
IDEAS xLab is an artist-run organization devoted to expanding artists impact and opportunity in the 21st Century economy through workforce interventions inside some of America's best known corporations.

Sep 09, 2015
Kentucky has been in the national headlines a lot this year. In some ways, we have become one of the testing grounds for the new civil rights movement.

Jul 13, 2015
Grant will fund artist collective Roots & Wings to work in West Louisville’s “Zones of Hope.” To announce the grant, a special performance/press conference will take place Mon., July 13, 5:30pm at Sweet Peaches Café, 1800 W Muhammad Ali Blvd.

Jul 11, 2015
On Saturday, July 11, at 7:30pm, during the Smoketown Arts Festival, CIZ leaders will make announcements about new jobs, new businesses and new cultural programming that has come to Smoketown directly through the CIZ.

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