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UK alumna Audrey Belle Adams takes to the Lexington Opera House stage as Mrs. Gloop in the national tour of "Roald Dahl's Charlie and the Chocolate Factory."
"Va Bene Così," a short film written and directed by Peter Allen Stone, assistant professor in the University of Kentucky Department of Theatre and Dance, is enjoying a busy and award-winning film festival season.
As the newly appointed Director of Galleries at Georgetown College, Aaron Reynolds, MFA Curatorial Studies Candidate for the class of 2022, has been quite busy while pursuing his degree.
When Nancy Fish Hanna (’68 home economics, College of Agriculture, Food and Environment) was a child growing up in Raleigh, North Carolina and Milford, Pennsylvania, she had what some might call a magical childhood filled with travel — trips to art museums, the local ballet, music, and her personal favorite, the theatre.
University of Kentucky opera alumni are helping the Metropolitan Opera make history with the staging of its first opera by a Black composer.
From the original story on UKNow, October 8, 2021.
Zindzi Harley (BA in Arts Administration, minor in Art History) recently completed an MA in Museum Studies at the University of the Arts while working as Program Coordinator for Past Present Projects in Philadelphia.
Arts Administration students attended VenueConnect Conference in Atlanta with assistant professor Jill Schinberg this August.
While many students enjoy a summer break from their coursework, faculty artists are busy creating and honing their own work with research grants and creative opportunities that help to enhance the classroom experience.
Recent University of Kentucky School of Art and Visual Studies graduate Amalia Galdona Broche is one of 11 students awarded the prestigious International Sculpture Center's Outstanding Student Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Award for 2021.