Covington Profiled in Video by Kentucky Arts Council
The Kentucky Arts Council produced a video showcasing the City of Covington in its designation as a Kentucky Cultural District, an honor the city received in February 2012.
A cultural district is a well-recognized, labeled, mixed-use area of a community featuring a high concentration of cultural amenities that attract local residents and visitors alike, according to the story from February. Cultural districts can be found in any type of community, from small and rural to large and urban. Kentucky’s program is designed to showcase each community’s unique character and assets.
This five-minute video shows many familiar faces and places here in the city, including the Artisan Enterprise Center, Baker Hunt, Behringer-Crawford Museum, the Carnegie, and more. Check it out and share it with your friends: