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The University of Kentucky celebrates an inaugural cohort of five graduates from its doctoral program in arts administration — the first of its kind at UK and in the nation.

Leah Hamilton, assistant professor in the Department of Arts Administration, is one of nine award recipients chosen by the UK Office of Land-Grant Engagement for innovative projects, providing Kentucky with knowledge and skills to improve lives and communities.
Dr. Yuha Jung is the editor of the first-ever Oxford Handbook of Arts and Cultural Management.
The University of Kentucky Department of Arts Administration will host the Social Theory, Politics, and the Arts (STPA) Conference, Sept. 21-23, in Lexington.
Aaron Levi Garvey is a Jewish-American Curator/Historian working and lecturing in Modern and Contemporary Arts and Culture. Currently Garvey is the Chief Curator of the Andy Warhol Museum.
UK researchers investigate racial bias in recognition of Kentucky’s historic properties
University of Kentucky arts administration students took a field trip to study arts practices, policies, and law through an analysis of the Janis Ian Collection in the Berea Archives.
A University of Kentucky arts administration partnership with The Lyric Theatre and Cultural Arts Center is giving students experience in event planning and management. 
Through her research, Yuha Jung provides tested, useful models for governing and running museums, cultural heritage sites and other types of arts organizations that can be more inclusive of diverse community needs.