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19 businesses designated Kentucky Crafter Retailers

Rough River Dam State Resort Park met specific qualifications to be part of the Kentucky Crafted Retailer program.

FRANKFORT, Ky. — Nineteen businesses in three states have been designated Kentucky Crafted Retailers by the Kentucky Arts Council, the agency announced today.

Each of the businesses – 17 from Kentucky and one each from Ohio and Indiana – met specific qualifications to be part of the initiative, a new endeavor of the arts council. The retailers are listed online in the Kentucky Arts Council web directory.

“We had an excellent response to the call for participation in this program,” said Lori Meadows, arts council executive director. “We are excited to form new partnerships with businesses that work daily to strengthen the bonds between art and economic development in their communities. Kentucky Crafted Retailers have proven they have the capacity to promote the state as a leading producer of high-quality art and craft.”

The 19 Kentucky Crafted Retailers are:

Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea

The Gift Shoppe on Main – Brookville, Ind.

indigenous, a handcrafted gallery – Cincinnati, Ohio

Rough River Dam State Park – Falls of Rough

Completely Kentucky – Frankfort

Gallery on the Square – Franklin

Amerson Farms – Georgetown

True Kentucky – Glendale

Kentucky Market House – Greensburg

Locust Grove Museum Store – Louisville

Damselfly Gallery – Midway

Fuzzy Duck Coffee Shop/Coffee Tree Books – Morehead

The Gallery Store at Yeiser Art Center – Paducah

The Meadows Pottery Studio and Gallery – Bardstown

Kaviar Forge and Gallery – Louisville

Gallery Janjobe – Louisville

Artique at the Lexington Center – Lexington

Artique at Lexington Green – Lexington

David Appalachian Crafts – David

For more information about becoming a Kentucky Crafted Retailer, email Lawrence at [email protected]