The Carnegie in Covington

Built in 1902, this Beaux Arts structure was originally a Carnegie Library. It was saved from the wrecking ball in the 1970s and became The Carnegie Visual and Performing Arts Center, the largest arts venue in Northern Kentucky. On a recent trip, I couldn’t help but snap these pics and share them here, despite their graininess.

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5 thoughts on “The Carnegie in Covington

  1. I love the Carnegie.
    I usually hit most of the gallery openings they have.
    Where you there for The Bold, The Beautiful and The Bizarre? We missed that one.

  2. Pingback: Looking Back: Best VL Posts of 2008 « Visualingual

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