Career

Support Local Artists

Support your community and purchase custom made art pieces from some of our local artists.Hollie Rich - Stuck on HueCustom made, designer pillow covers.Laura Moser - Simply Laura Millinery Derby hat milliner.Dru Pilmer - Visual ArtistCustom painter.Clay Simpson -...

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Artisans & Makers — Elaina Parker

At 18 years old, Elaina Parker has participated in two KMAC Couture fashion shows. Elaina began her journey in design in 2017 at the ripe old age of 16. She declared that she wanted to participate in the 2018 KMAC Couture fashion show, her favorite Louisville event....

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Artisans & Makers — Sue Schofield

Sue upcycles vintage leather into handbags and jewelry. Many moons ago when Sue Schofield co-owned the vintage store Cherry Bomb with Nathan Erickson of The Flea Off Market, she would frequently come across leather and suede garments that, sadly, no one wanted. These...

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Artisans & Makers — Lindsay E. Frost

Lindsay Frost carves art from found wood pieces. “THE WOOD HAS AN INNER SPIRIT — AN ENERGY THAT IS WAITING TO BE RELEASED.” — Lindsay Frost  There is amazing beauty hidden inside a tree that Lindsay E. Frost wants us to see. Her work, vessels carved from found...

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Artisans & Makers – Molly Whitt

You might find Molly Whitt in her car on her lunch break sketching an urban landscape. An otherwise gloomy day — barren trees, chainlink, and industrial concrete — is made beautiful by three birds perched atop the drab warehouse. Molly captures the scenes in ink and...

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Artisans & Makers – Sharon Weis

Horticulture was Sharon Weis’ first academic degree. In her late 30s, however, with three kids in tow, she returned to school to pursue her true passion — art. “I had long ignored the call to draw and paint, and could do that no longer,” Sharon says. At 40, she...

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Artisans & Makers – Roxy Lentz

Roxy Lentz is a self-taught metalsmith who makes her jewelry almost entirely from upcycled silverplate trays — the kind you receive as wedding gifts or for accomplishments and then donate to the thrift store. The material does not have much initial value (as it is...

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Make More Money

We talked to Louisville’s own bestselling author Rachel Richards, who at age 27, quit her finance job and retired, now living off $10,000+ per month in passive income. What are three smaller, realistic things I can do this year to change my money situation? “First,...

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Simple Ways to Get Hired

Fierce competition in today’s job market can make landing a new position an overwhelming process. Once upon a time, great job opportunities were sought in the classified ad section of the local newspaper and followed up with a personal telephone call. Today access to...

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Her Advice for Standing Out in Your Career

With the Louisville job market continuing to increase, employers are searching for ways to find qualified candidates. A company may look to outsource its recruiting needs to a recruiting agency.  Patricia Turner, senior executive recruiter at HR Affiliates, has been...

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