The Art Museum of Kentucky is in need of some major repairs, but it doesn’t have to be that way.
The city of Louisville is looking for help in building a museum that will showcase some of the city’s most creative artists.
Art museum of Kentucky, which is located in downtown Louisville, needs to get a $40,000,000 repair bill.
The museum will be able to showcase works of art from around the country, including work by some of Louisville’s best-known artists.
The project is called Crank Art.
The Cincinnati, Ohio-based nonprofit, which bills itself as the largest art museum in the world, was founded in 2014 and boasts about its artists and artists of color.
Its exhibitions include a retrospective of Japanese artist Ryukyu Murakami, as well as works by other artists like Pablo Picasso and David Koons.
The Art Gallery of Kentucky also has its own museum of art, with exhibitions including a retrospective and a piece of artwork by the British artist Thomas Merton.
The two museums have been in business for more than two decades, but a couple of years ago, they needed a major overhaul to continue their mission.
In 2016, they began an auction house renovation to make the museum more accessible for artists, students and visitors, according to a press release.
The current project, which will be completed in 2019, will feature new artwork, including a painting by a man named Joe, who works as a painter and sculptor in Kentucky.
The exhibit is currently on view at the Art Museum, which runs until December 31.
The state’s art commissioner, Mike Hickey, said he expects the renovations to be completed this year.