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UK Art Museum Announces Reopening and Visit Protocols

As always, Museum admission is free but we will be requiring visitors to preregister for a designated time slot. Pre-registering helps us track attendance data, maintain safe visitor capacity, and keep the Front Desk germ-free.

UK Art Museum COVID-19 Procedures

We require the protocols below, which apply to all activities at the UK Art Museum:

2020 Graduate Becomes First Recipient of Emerging Arts Leadership Award

The Emerging Arts Leader Award Fund was established in 2017 as part of the 30th anniversary celebration of Arts Administration at the University of Kentucky. Presented by Director of Undergraduate Studies, Lee Eachus and Arts Admin Department Chair, Dr. Rachel Shane.

CFA community sews masks for those in need

Organized by SA/VS faculty Rae Goodwin and Crystal Gregory in March, the sew-at-home network has been donating their time and materials, with support from the College of Fine Arts, to provide PPE for UK Healthcare. Masks have also been donated to several local organizations including Homestead Post Acute, Ballard-Griffith Towers Senior Housing Center, Ampersand, The Refuge for Women, and UK Pediatric Therapy Center.

Dr. Everett McCorvey presents at Brazilian Choral Festival

The annual international choral festival was held virtually from July 7th-12th in Curitiba, Brazil, the capital city of the Brazilian state of Paraná. The “Henrique de Curitiba” Choir Week is an annual event produced as through an initiative between the Santa Maria Chapel, a major performance venue, and the Curtibia Institute of Arts and Culture, and named after the well-known Brazilian choral composer, Henrique de Curtibia Morozowicz.  

 

College 2020 Fall Semester Re-Opening Guidelines

Whenever possible, a conservative approach that maintains the potential to be relaxed as new information becomes available has been taken, and the bedrock principle of supporting the declared student learning outcomes within our curricula has been primary. Mitigation practices: wearing masks, teaching with face shield use, cleaning and sanitization protocols, maintaining social distancing, reducing density, limiting external contacts, and supporting the potential need for contact tracing have been considered as fundamental to our planned operation in the Fall.

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