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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.
School of Music junior and residential advisor Dylan Shade combined his passions for music and computer science to create an app that helps students learn about complex musical chords.
Arts Administration alumni Alexandra Burns and Tommy Townsend made lemonade out of lemons when the COVID-19 pandemic sent many of us into isolation. What began as a hobby is now the fully-formed LLC With Love Candle Company, with orders shipped throughout the United States and pop-up shops at many locations in Lexington.
Dr. Kaitlin Bove (‘19, DMA in Conducting) has focused her career on empowering new voices in classical music.
Arts Administration student Anna Watrous achieved real-world results from a class project, providing thousands of dollars in equipment for a local nonprofit arts organization.