Art & Music
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  • Oct 8 2021

The Visiting Writers Series (VWS), hosted by the Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing program in the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Kentucky, kicks off Oct. 13 with Academy Award winner Kevin Willmott.

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  • Sep 24 2021

Each year, the school hosts a series of free, public talks with scholars and artists concerned with contemporary visual culture.

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  • Sep 24 2021

“Beyond Extraction: Stories, like resources can be extracted from communities — how do we break the paradigm?” will take place 6 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 5, on Zoom.

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  • Sep 14 2021

The consortium includes all of Kentucky’s state universities, seven of its private colleges and two historical societies. Each constituent institution is represented on a statewide editorial board, which supervises the UPK imprint.

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  • Sep 7 2021

A team at the UK Center for Clinical and Translational Science (CCTS) chose a novel approach to target e-cigarette use by young adults — a research-based comic book.

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  • Aug 19 2021

College of Arts and Sciences associate professor and Kentucky Poet Laureate Crystal Wilkinson’s first poetry collection, “Perfect Black,” is now available from the University Press of Kentucky.

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  • Aug 16 2021

The University of Kentucky College of Fine Arts announces Susie Thiel, director of the UK Dance Program, has been elected to the National Board of Directors for the American College Dance Association.

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  • Aug 12 2021

The University of Kentucky College of Fine Arts associate professor will look to promote popular music both in the classroom and beyond, while working toward advancing inclusive practices in popular music education.

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  • Aug 2 2021

The grants of up to $500 are intended to support humanities-related programming and expenses related to speaker fees and/or event logistics. Individuals in any UK college or department are eligible to apply. 

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  • May 6 2021

University of Kentucky Professor Herman Daniel Farrell III found the letter while doing research at Yale. The discovery gives readers an idea of the impact the two celebrated artists had on the other.