Trinidad Jackson, SPHIS senior researcher, wanted to launch the local Photovoice project after collecting images and stories from his hometown of St. Louis, Mo., during the week of the Ferguson protests.
Concern and passion captured in West Louisville Photovoice exhibit UofL Office of Public Health Practice leads Photovoice project on display at the Kentucky Center for African American Heritage.
A photo of artwork on the side of a building in Louisville’s Parkland neighborhood depicts a phoenix rising from flames with the words "we...
As part of the festival, Kentucky and Indiana middle and high school groups are invited to showcase their talents and get tips from professional musicians and professors.
High school students get an opportunity to learn from the best at UofL’s Jazz Fest
The University of Louisville’s annual Jazz Fest brings in top jazz artist from across the globe to perform. But it’s what happens in the...
The University of Louisville Dance Theatre's 21st annual performance of “Clara’s Dream” is Dec. 2-4 at the School of Music’s Comstock Hall.
UofL Dance Theatre prepped for annual take on ‘Nutcracker’ ballet
The University of Louisville Dance Theatre continues its beloved holiday tradition with the 21st annual performance of “Clara’s Dream” Dec. 2-4 at the School...
Theatre Arts announces a season of plays written by women
This past year, three new faculty members joined the University of Louisville Department of Theatre Arts: Jenn Ariadne Calvano, who teaches acting and movement, Janna Segal, who...
UofL Theatre Arts, African American Theatre Program collaborate for ‘A Season of Black Plays’
University of Louisville Department of Theatre Arts has announced “A Season of Black Plays,” in collaboration with the African American Theatre Program. The season’s five...
UofL alumna becomes one of the youngest female distillers in the country
Elizabeth McCall ('07, '09) has risen through the ranks of Brown-Forman to become one of the youngest female distillers in the country. Nearly 10 years...
Evan Green with instructor Ruchi Malhotra.
UofL Autism Center patients create Asian-inspired art
Eleven-year-old Evan Green discovered a whole new world at Asia Institute Crane House (AICH) thanks to a new art program for patients at the...
Illustration by Carrie Neumayer
Art education instructor to be featured at Kazakhstan festival
College of Education and Human Development instructor Carrie Neumayer is doing her part to help beautify the central Asian country of Kazakhstan. The adjunct instructor...
Preliminary rendering of the renovated space by WorK Architecture + Design
UofL to lease, renovate Portland warehouse space for fine arts
The University of Louisville plans to house its master of fine arts program studios in renovated Portland warehouse space near a growing community of...
Berea College president to advocate liberal arts in UofL talk
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Liberal arts education delivers the skill set needed for students to adapt nimbly to modern society’s demands, according to Berea College...