UofL Theatre Arts kicking off season with August Wilson’s ‘Fences’
University of Louisville Theatre Arts kicks off its 2016-17 season with the Pulitzer Prize winning “Fences,” the 1950s entry in August Wilson's famed "Pittsburgh...
Designing Woman: Cards in the Arts
Eichberger is just one of a number of alums who have gone on to behind-the-scenes careers in the arts, including Oscar-nominated producer Joey McFarland,...
Kiki Petrosino, associate professor and creative writing program director, will speak at the ACCelerate Festival in Washington, D.C.
UofL poet honored by ACC invitation, fellowships
April is National Poetry Month and poet Kiki Petrosino will begin it in the nation’s capital, invited to explain current issues in her craft...
Louisville Visual Art honors UofL artists, educators
Louisville Visual Art has announced its annual Louisville Visual Art Honors, the organization’s highly coveted awards, with all of the recipients having strong UofL ties.  Grant...
Selfie Wall Mural Space
UofL requests concepts for murals in newly renovated SAC
Campus is about to get more artful. Last year, University of Louisville officials began an expansion and renovation of the 28-year-old Swain Student Activities Center...
Grawemeyer Award winners discuss their ideas
Winners of the 2018 Grawemeyer Awards were in Louisville April 10-12 to give free, public presentations about their award-winning ideas. The honorees included a celebrated...
Associate biology professor Steve Yanoviak’s wood sculpture, titled “Claire’s Monarch,” spans 34-by-25 inches and is handcrafted using Kentucky hardwoods
Open Walls exhibit showcases UofL faculty, staff artistry
The Photographic Archives Gallery in Ekstrom Library will soon be full of an eclectic mix of art ranging from oil paintings to basketry, and...
Hite Art Institute looks at art in nature and technology in two new exhibitions
Hite Art Institute is showing two concurrent exhibitions this winter that consider weighty topics: ecology and digital technology. “Unseen: Visualizing Ecological Systems,” at Schneider Hall...
UofL theatre arts professor Rinda Frye spoke before the "red out" July 23 performance of "The Tempest" at Shakespeare in Central Park. The 2015 cast and crew is made up of many UofL students, alumni and staff members.
Kentucky Shakespeare is in the red
Cardinal red, that is. Kentucky Shakespeare continues to show its University of Louisville connections both onstage and behind the scenes. The 2015 season runs through Aug....
Photo of Edith Yandell. Photographer unknown; 1896 / Public domain.
UofL’s Bridwell Art Library hosts remote 2020 Louisville Art + Feminism Wiki Edit-a-Thon
Fighting a longstanding gender imbalance on Wikipedia, UofL’s Bridwell Art Library recently hosted the Louisville Art + Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-thon, an event it has...