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Husband and wife faculty members Stephen Wrentmore and Yoon Bae direct and design the sets, respectively, for UK Theatre's next production about the aftermath of a drunken bachelorette party.
"Appalachia in the Bluegrass" will welcome storyteller and mult-instrumentalist Sparky Rucker and his wife, musician Rhonda Rucker, and indie band Stray Local to campus for free public concerts Oct. 5 and 12, at the Niles Gallery.
Dean Mark Shanda shows us why the UK College of Fine Arts extends well beyond one building, as students, faculty and staff bring the power of performance and expression to the entire campus and community.
To open this year’s Robert C. May Photography Lecture Series, UK Art Museum will host curator Corey Keller of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Keller's free public lecture will begin 4 p.m. Friday, Oct. 5, in the Worsham Cinema.
UK Department of Theatre and Dance will start its 2018-19 season this week with a production on the phenomenon that is bachelor/bachelorette parties with "The Drunken City." The play will run Oct. 4-14, at the Guignol Theatre.
UK Men's Chorus and the acoUstiKats will join nationally acclaimed men’s vocal ensemble Cantus in concert 7:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 5, at the Singletary Center.
UK Lewis Honors College Dean Christian Brady worked with Lexington artist Lennon Michalski to commission a "Tree of Knowledge" painting in the main lobby of Lewis Hall.
As part of the 2018-19 season, UK Opera Theatre will present a 2012 Pulitzer Prize-winning musical, a Puccini masterpiece and its beloved "Grand Night."
Singer-songwriter St. Lenox will participate in a multi-day residency this week at UK Division of Musicology and Ethnomusicology. His visit, also part of the College of Arts and Sciences’ Year of Migration, will include a songwriting session, an artist talk and performance Sept. 27-28.
Nana Ntodi, a senior in the UK College of Nursing, was first runner up in the 2018 Ms. Ghana USA competition. She will use her position and resources to launch a mentorship initiative in her native Ghana.
Schmidt Opera Outreach Program will bring the magic of opera to children across Kentucky again this year with the show "Little Red's Most Unusual Day." Before heading on tour, local audiences can check out the production’s final dress rehearsal 2 p.m. Saturday, in the second floor rehearsal room of the Schmidt Vocal Arts Center.
Fiddle music will fill campus as the "Appalachia in the Bluegrass" concert series presents free public performances by Andrew Finn Magill followed by Emily Miller and Jesse Milnes Sept. 21 and 28, at the Niles Gallery.
UK Symphony Orchestra will open its centennial concert season by featuring alumni soloists Julian Kaplan and Seth Morris in concert Sept. 21, at Singletary Center. The concert will include music by Hector Berlioz, Joseph Haydn, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Claude Debussy, as well as Modest Mussorgsky/Maurice Ravel’s “Pictures at an Exhibition.”
Ralph Eugene Meatyard created enigmatic photographs featuring friends and family members posed in abandoned places, often wearing masks or enacting symbolic gestures. In celebration of his enigmatic vision, UK Art Museum has mounted an exhibition of not only the photographer's work but also “Stages for Being,” an exhibit of work inspired by Meatyard from fellow artists across various mediums including newly-commissioned plays, performance art, music and a panel discussion.
Students and faculty from the UK School of Music are scheduled to perform a series of showcases in the atrium lobby of UK's Chandler Hospital throughout the fall semester.
UK Department of Theatre and Dance will have you on the edge of your seat as they bring wild bachelorettes, pirates and ogres to life on stage with an array of award-winning shows for all ages to enjoy beginning this October.
Two productions that brought home three Emmys from the Ohio Valley Regional Awards involved students, faculty and staff of the UK College of Fine Arts.
"The Salvador Dali of Folk Music," nationally recognized steel guitar player Baby Gramps, will give a free public concert at UK's Niles Gallery Sept.18.
UK’s Wind Symphony and Symphony Band welcome family to campus for the annual Parents Day Concert 3 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 16, in the Singletary Center for the Arts. The concert is free and open to the public.
UK music professors Bradley Kerns and Jacob Coleman teamed up for a 15-song album titled "Splotch Ecology."