In her recent book New Yorkers, photographer Sally Davies makes portraits of long-time city dwellers inside their often tiny and idiosyncratic apartments. Some spaces are spare and elegant; others are jam-packed with curated collections ranging from art and books to refrigerator magnets and Pez dispensers. Dogs and cats abound and claw-foot tubs in the kitchen are not unusual. The monograph was released on April 1 and is already in a second…
Erin Harmon was raised in the suburbs of southern California where the natural desert is sated by hundreds of miles of aqueducts to produce obsessively groomed lawns. After graduating from San Diego State University with a BA in studio art, she earned her MFA in painting from Rhode Island School of Design.
Join Director/Curator Stuart Horodner and exhibiting artists Adrienne Dixon and David Kaiser for a tour and conversation about how color figures in their work included in Coloring, and in other art on view in the Museum.
Joined by acoUstiKats and Paws and Listen.
SHOSTAKOVICH SYMPHONY NO. 5
JOSEPH BABER’S FRANKENSTEIN
University of Kentucky Symphony Orchestra
John Nardolillo, conductor
Photographer Tommy Kha grew up Memphis, Tennessee, where his mother settled after immigrating from China. He identifies as Southern and as queer and is invariably segregated as Asian in an art world in which whiteness is still often the norm. Kha’s work responds to the stereotyping of minorities and violence toward Asians historically and in this moment. He explores nuances of identity through a range self-portraiture that employs a variety…
Wednesday, November 10 | 11am-1pm |
Singletary Center Lobby
Plan your next step! Meet with representatives from arts and cultural organizations and companies. Please dress in business attire and bring printed copies of your resume. Registration is required.
Exhibiting artists Avantika Bawa and May Tveit discuss their shared interests in industrial materials and using templates with Director Stuart Horodner. Their recent monochromatic sculptures and unique prints are featured in the Template Days exhibition.
THIS CONVERSATION WILL TAKE PLACE ON ZOOM; pre-registration is required.
Joined by Blue Note
Join Director Stuart Horodner for a fall foliage-based activity prompted by the Coloring and Template Days exhibitions. Drawing materials will be provided but please bring any interestingly colored leaves for inspiration.
The UK Art Museum follows current COVID-19 safety protocols as laid out by the University of Kentucky and requires all visitors (age 2+) to wear masks and maintain social distancing in our galleries.…
Transdisciplinary weaver John Paul Morabito engages the medium of tapestry reimagined in the digital age. Their work outputs woven forms, moving images, and relational actions to imagine queer grace.