UK Harp Ensemble

Sunday, January 27, 2019 - 3:00pm

UK Harp Ensemple
Program will feature selections from the following:
3-Finger Arpeggios: C - F - G - C Progression
Fountain - Pratt
Dolphins Dancing - EHC
Dance of the Fish - Owens
White Gull’s Flight - Paret
Dragonfly in the Sunshine - Reinecke
Elephant Parade - “Pesante Moderato” - Weidensaul
Chant Arab - anon.
Path to the Sea - Gustavson
Stars - McDonald /Wood
Passing By - Grandjany
Petite Berceuse - Hasselmans
Grand mere raconte une histoire - Renie

Artist Talk - Tate Foley

Friday, January 18, 2019 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm

Tate Foley's research focuses on phonetics and phonology. Through a blend of traditional and contemporary printmaking techniques, the work in this exhibition explores ideas of language and protest, spirituality, and race.

Photo credit: 

Snake/Smoker. India ink and spray paint on Tyvek with Risograph and laser printed stickers. 48" x 44" 2018

Open Studio 2018

Friday, November 30, 2018 - 6:00pm to 9:00pm

Open Studio is an annual event organized by the Art Graduate Student Association of UK's School of Art & Visual Studies. During the event, the MFAs and BFAs have their studios open for viewing by the public. One of the highlights of the event is the Carey Ellis juried student exhibition. It is a chance for students to both show their artwork and receive scholarship awards for their hard work.

Performance: Veiled-Tender-Presence-Afar

Wednesday, November 7, 2018 - 5:30pm to 6:15pm

Inspired by the proximity and yet seemingly vast distance portrayed between the family members in Meatyard’s photographs, Rae Goodwin will perform for the first time with her partner, Chris Riegert, and his two sons, Evan and Griffin Riegert, on the Hindu holiday, Divali. This slow work remarks upon time, tenderness and emotional remove.

In Shadows - Tate Foley

Thursday, January 17, 2019 - 10:00am to Saturday, February 9, 2019 - 5:00pm

Tate Foley's work explores human relationships through the filter of accessibility to these resources.

Artist's Statement

When equal access is available to the entire society, social progress and collaboration can flourish. All too often, however, small contingencies of the populace seize and restrict these avenues of access for personal gain. Meanwhile, a growing segment of the population has been stripped of this accessibility, turning what could have been a keystone into a wedge.