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Workshops & Lectures

Trophy Flowers with Elizabeth Hemphill
Thursday, February 21, 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. • $75
Bring your own trophy/vessel, all other supplies will be provided.
Do you have trophies in the attic? Put them to use as the perfect containers for flowers. Join floral designer Elizabeth Hemphill of Rose & Thistle as she demonstrates how to create the perfect floral arrangement for a trophy. Bring your own vessel and create your own floral design to take home. Specializing in weddings and high-end events, Elizabeth draws from European training, an art and design background, and an aesthetic developed on the west coast to create lush and luxurious floral designs. She grew up in Houston, Texas, and has many fond memories of showing her American Saddlebreds across the country. She, too, has trophies in the attic.
Box Lunch Lecture: Roda Ferraro
Thursday, March 7, 12:30 p.m. • $11 box lunch
Takes place at the International Museum of the Horse
Roda Ferraro, Head Librarian at the Keeneland Library, will speak about their current exhibition From the Vault: Historic Tracks with a focus on racing fans’ engagement with U.S. tracks over time.
Box Lunch Lecture: Terri Dolan
Thursday, April 4, 12:30 p.m. • $11 box lunch
Terri Dolan, Executive Director of ASHA will speak about the primary mission of the American Saddlebred Horse Association and its strategic plan to promote this breed. This will include it’s historical reference and the versatility of the breed today.
"Paint Your Own" Door Hanger Workshop
Saturday, April 13
The gift shop will be hosting a “Paint Your Own” Door Hanger class with Brittany of Door Belle Designs. You’ll learn how to create your own door hanger to display in your home. Choose between a jockey silk (just in time for the Kentucky Derby!), a horse, or a horse shoe. Time and price is to be determined, and registration will be available early/mid-March. Sign-up for our emails on our website at shop.asbmuseum.org to be the first to know when registration is open — space will be limited.
Carnegie at the American Saddlebred Museum: Horsing Around Creative Writing Workshop with Randi Ewing
Saturday, April 20, 10:30 a.m.– 12:30 p.m. • $30
Register at carnegiecenterlex.org
In Kentucky, no animal is more central to the story than the horse. Whether they are the hero’s faithful steed or themselves the heroes, horses become characters in their own right, to serve as foils and mirrors for human characters, and to create unexpected and surprising pathways in our stories. In this class, inspiration will be taken from the American Saddlebred Museum and generative prompts will be used to explore how writing about horses can lead to new and interesting work. Randi Ewing’s short fiction has appeared in American Short Fiction, Little Star and Joyland. She has taught creative writing at Eastern Kentucky University and Washington University in St. Louis.
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