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Updated: July 26, 2022 @ 11:04 am

The governor and first lady are asking Kentuckians to lend their artistic talents to the Team Kentucky Gallery, which is located in two main halls of the state Capitol.
Gov. Andy Beshear and First Lady Britainy Beshear believe there is no better place than the Capitol to highlight Kentuckians’ voices as represented through art.
Selected artworks will be displayed for a six-month rotation in the Capitol and on the Team Kentucky Digital Art Gallery, where the artists can provide additional information. After each rotation, artworks are returned to the artists. The current rotation runs until June 30. The next rotation will begin July 1 and run until Dec. 31.
The deadline to submit artwork for consideration for the fall 2022 exhibit is Friday, June 3. Artworks will be selected by the second week of June, and artists will be notified shortly thereafter.
The Beshear administration understands the significant impact that Kentucky’s arts and humanities industry has on the state’s economy. Generating more than $5.6 billion annually in economic impact, this industry plays a critical role in enhancing the commonwealth’s culture, education and tourism. The administration has been committed to investing in the industry as part of Team Kentucky’s initiative to build a better Kentucky through tourism and economic development. In 2021, the commonwealth invested nearly $1.7 million in federal funding to support recovery of the arts industry.
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