News & Stories

The Ohio Valley Regional Emmy Awards were presented Aug. 18, in Lawrenceburg, Indiana. There were 12 Emmy winners from the Lexington area, including three Emmys involving students, faculty and staff of the University of Kentucky College of Fine Arts.

This fall the Appalachia in the Bluegrass concert series will return to University of Kentucky's campus. Starting Friday, Aug. 31, the series of free public concerts will kick off at noon, in the Niles Gallery of the John Jacob Niles Center for American Music, located at UK's Lucille C. Little Fine Arts Library and Learning Center. The opening act is folk duo The Other Years.

Faculty, students, and even staff are always hard at work creating and researching art at the College of Fine Arts.  Here are some of our most recent accomplishments!

As an art student, what better way is there to get to know your professor than through their own artistic vision?

Miriam Kienle, an assistant professor of contemporary art history at the University of Kentucky School of Art and Visual Studies, is the guest curator behind the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, (the Archives) new exhibition documenting the international mail art movement. "Pushing the Envelope: Mail Art from the Archives of American Art," which opens Aug. 10, will feature postcards, letters and packages that tested the limits of what could be posted.

Vocal performance tours throughout Europe. The first LGBTQIA+ dance intensive in the United States. New archeological discoveries in southern Italy. We work hard. And we love our work.

Welcome to the new CFA!  While much of the same content is available in the same place as before, some major changes have come to finearts.uky.edu — and more changes are coming in the near future.

Still not sure what classes you're taking this fall? Here are 10 of the coolest classes offered by the College of Fine Arts this semester, in no particular order. Check the official UK Registrar document for details.

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