Upcoming Events


Currently on Display:

First Friday at TFG


It is time for our annual Winter Group Show! This year we are introducing you to 12 artists who have never shown with our gallery. We are excited to share their work as each of them are a unique and talented addition to the space.

Aaron Kingsbury (Event photo)
Cletus Wilcox
Purion Parker
Daisy Baker
Andrea Alonso Salinas
Drew Cook
Nikita Krivoshey
Michael Cowherd
Logan Lane
Arzelie Berouard
Leean Gillbrannock
Reginald Smith

This is a great opportunity to see fresh new work in a wide variety of mediums.

Free event
Show will hang from Jan. 6th through Feb. 2nd.

Join us in welcoming these artists to TFG!


Artwork by Leean Gillbrannock


Artwork by Nikita Krivoshey

Thursday, January 19

Figure Drawing at TFG


Come join us at Tim Faulkner Gallery for an evening of figure drawing. Once a month, there will be a gathering to draw the human figure. We will include gestures, as well as longer poses. Feel free to bring any medium, and come ready to create. $10 or pay what you can is appreciated so the model can be covered for time! 🙂

Look forward to see you at 7:30!

Friday, January 20

Debby Clinkenbeard


with John Clay.

In a few short years, singer-songwriter Debby Clinkenbeard has gone from a dedicated dreamer performing for tourists on the streets of a California ghost town, to having released 2 full-length albums and gone on several tours on both coasts. The latest album not only features 10 new original songs, but also boasts a guest appearance by twenty-two times Grammy Award winning Bluegrass phenom Ron Block (Alison Krauss & Union Station) and prominently features Neal Casal (Ryan Adams, Chris Robinson Brotherhood, The Hard Working Americans) on every song singing sweet harmonies and offering his signature guitar sound. While her debut album (Winter Trees) is more Bluegrass inspired, the new album could be called the Grateful Dead meets Alt-Country with a bit of Bluegrass for good measure. She has performed at venues such as The Knitting Factory in NYC, a long-term residency at Calico Ghost Town Regional Park in CA and, legendary Texas venue, The Anderson Fair. She has also been heard across the country on FM and Sirius radio with live appearances on several nationally syndicated radio shows. Quietly sweeping through towns and winning fans over with her insightful songwriting and warm, authentic vocals, it’s easy to tell this is more about the music than fame.




Saturday, January 21

Kind Fair-Uniting a Mighty Kind Coalition


Calling the Kind Community-
Now, more than ever, we need to come together and form a mighty kindness in our community. The best way is to support the groups already working to lift us up!! We are hosting a Kind Fair January 21st from 11-6pm at The Tim Faulkner Gallery. We are feeling the call to bring together progressive, unifying, just, compassionate nonprofits so folks can choose where they are called to put their energy and participate. This is intended to galvanize and offer a channel of empowerment, hope, action, unity and kindness for those ready to stand for equality and unity in diversity. It is also meant to build bridges and find common goals for all sides of political spectrum- an opportunity to become an ally of organizations working to make Kentuckiana kinder for ourselves, each other and the Earth. We are inviting everyone to step up, follow their passion and make a commitment to get involved to create the community they want. It is time to go to work and get everyone engaged in creating a mighty Coalition of Kindness!
We are developing the details but it will be free to participate and free to attend. There will be Music, Ted Talks, Free classes/workshops, Food, Million Women Solidarity Rally and a revolYOUtion area for replenishing the soul of revolutionaries. We are completely open to ideas, suggestions, volunteers, speakers, leaders, etc so please let us know if you would like to participate. To reserve a booth space, email mightykindness@gmail.com. You will need to bring all of your supplies including table.
It is an honor to support your service to our community.
Let us all find within us a passionate commitment to shining light on the darkness. Let us all find within us greater depths of compassion than we have ever known.
The Kind Krewe

Performances by:
Ron Whitehead

Mighty Kind Coalition-
Kentuckians for the Commonwealth
Louisville Grows
Dancing Well:The Soldier Project
Louisville TimeBank
Kentucky Interfaith Power & Light
TSTAR – gender & sexual identity advocates
Louisville Free Public Library
Kentucky Home Birth Coalition

11am to 6pm

Saturday, January 28

Late Night Louisville


Late Night Louisville is a late night show hosted by Louisville artists, actors and comedians.
When? January 28th
What time? Live Show starts at 11:00PM with gallery doors opening at 9:30PM for Artists Drinks & Mingle Sessions.
All filmmakers, musicians, actors, performers, and artists from all kind are welcome, please bring friends and family, they always make it better!
Come be a part of Louisville art, music, comedy and the news!

Tickets Pre-Sale follow this link

Saturday, February 4


When one thinks of things Kentucky is known for, pirates are pretty far down the list. That doesn’t mean there are no pirate enthusiasts in the Bluegrass State! The first Kentucky Pirate Festival will take place at the Tim Faulkner Gallery in Louisville on Saturday the 4th of February 2017.

The Kentucky Pirate Festival provides an enjoyable haven for bluegrass buccaneers and other nearby ne’erdowells in the cold winter. Pirate entertainment and activities for all ages fill the tavern all day, and successful scallywags hawk their stolen goods in the pirate marketplace.

Entertainers so far include: Bell Book and Canto, Drunk & Sailor, The KnottyBits Sideshow, Kracker Dan, and Magic Adams. More on the way!

If you are interested in entertaining at, vending at, or sponsoring the Kentucky Pirate Festival, please send an email to info@kypiratefest.com!

More details will be found here, on our Facebook page, and on our website at www.kypiratefest.com.

2pm to Midnight

Friday, February 17

Banshee Child, Emme & The Sound, & Juke Joint Revival

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A night to remember will take place….5 dollars at the door gets you Banshee Child, Emme and the Sound, and Juke Joint Revival.

Doors open at 8:30pm….music starts at 9pm!


Thursday, March 2

Derby Festival Reveal Party

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Join Kentucky Derby Festival for the kick-off event of the season, Festival Unveiled Presented by Citizens Union Bank and Four Roses Bourbon.

General Admission includes:
-Four Roses Bourbon Rose Julep sampling
-First opportunity to purchase 2017 Official Poster and Merchandise
-Limited pre-sale of select 2017 events
-FREE commemorative 2017 Julep glass

This is a 21+ event only. Please present valid ID upon entry. Tickets to this event are $30 in advance, $40 at the door.


Wednesday, March 29

Doc Otis & Rabble Rouser Thing Band

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After over a month apart, we’re coming back together like peanut butter & jelly, for another great show! Come catch Doc Otis and the Rabble Rouser Thing Band LIVE at the Tim Faulkner Gallery in Louisville, Kentucky. Come get your werd on… with NO COVER!
Doors @8 | Music @8:30

Rabble Rouser Thing Band (StL) – Dirty-Americana/Roots/Ragtime

Doc Otis Band (StL) – A Junkyard Gypsy Jazz, Steamboat Swing-Slathered Sax, Guitar, Percussion Trio – Distilled in the lead-laden foothills of the Missouri Ozarks, Deep Fat Fried in a Vat of The Big Easy. YouTube.com/DocOtisBand | DocOtisBand.com

Friday, April 14

LouiEvolve 2017

Your spring break just got hotter!! LouiEvolve is back again with its 2nd Annual Hip-Hop and Arts Festival, showcasing nothing but the hottest talent KY has to offer. Rock out with forty plus artists, DJs, singers, poets and surprise guests for the flyest show in 2017.

Get your preorder tickets available now on Eventbrite.com

The new Tim Faulkner Gallery Building is located one block North of Main St. off 15th. The new space is a 25,000 sqaure foot warehouse space consitsting of gallery, studios, performance space and creative shops. We are so proud to be able to share this with the city of Louisville and to call some of the city’s top creative minds our neighbors. Watch our Facebook page for upcoming events and we look forward to showing you around! Please keep in mind, we are closed on Mondays.

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