Art Studio

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:

SA/VS faculty, alumni, students showcase work in international festival

Like many events and programs, 48 hours of Neukölln had to pivot from an on-site art encounter to a virtual exhibition. Featured in this year’s event, among the over 200 participating international artists, are faculty and graduate students from the University of Kentucky’s school of Art / Visual Studies. The main festival page can be found here: https://48-stunden-neukoelln.de/de/festival/homepage

So Much to Do This Summer at CFA

The benefits of our current offerings are significant. These programs offer a unique opportunity for CFA to give back to the Commonwealth community, whether it is from expanding knowledge to current teachers, providing arts-based learning for middle and high school students, or providing hands on work experience for our currently enrolled CFA students. There is an enrichment program for everyone who has a love of the arts.

CFA Research and Creative Activity

This report attempts to capture, in part, many of those events and studies of artistic engagement that have occurred in the 2017 -18 academic year. Whether giving a presentation, exhibiting in a gallery show, publishing books and articles, or performing in musical venues around the world, CFA faculty are actively exploring the human condition through their creativity and risk.

Politics of Vision – Ashley Hunt Brings Degrees of Visibility to UK CFA

He has photographed landscapes encompassing prisons, jails and detention centers in all of America’s 50 states and territories, sharing a broad view of the geography and practice of mass incarceration.  There is a dichotomy between the sites that cannot be easily seen or recognized, versus their inhabitants who are constantly watched and whose identity is objectified.  Although the lives and conditions of prisoners are not immediately visible these compelling images, Hunt counters this through the narrative nature of the work — its text, storytelling and statistics, and dialogue with local

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