The Belle of Louisville hosts ‘A Belleload of Knowledge’
All aboard: UofL experts cruise on ‘A Belleload of Knowledge’
What do UofL faculty, students and others bring to a three-hour Ohio River tour? A “Belleload” of wide-ranging expertise to share. The yearlong, communitywide celebration...
William Dever won the 2018 Mary Churchill Humphrey Scholarship.
UofL alum taps into A&S scholarship to earn graduate degree in Scotland
In a few weeks, UofL alumnus William Nathan Dever begins classes at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland. Dever, who is pursuing a master’s degree...
"A Piece of My Heart"
UofL Theatre Arts presents ‘A Piece of My Heart’
Theatre Arts kicks off “A Piece of My Heart,” Thursday, a powerful, true drama of six women who went to Vietnam. The play portrays...
UofL's Cardinal Singers
Cardinal Singers take home another international award
The University of Louisville Cardinal Singers are international stars, once again.  UofL’s most selective choir won the Grand Prize in the 11th International Choir Competition...
The Kentucky Derby Museum is the site for the April 22 Poetry Derby as well as UofL-led writing workshops.
Writers up: Prep races start for Poetry Derby
Horses and hands, verses and feet. The University of Louisville is sounding a call to the poets to enter the starting gate for the...
CEHD camp just ‘write’ for students
The College of Education and Human Development sponsored students in grades 4-8 in the 20th annual "You've Got the Write One" summer camp July 13-17.
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...
King Lear
Theatres collaborate to educate students, delight audiences with ‘King Lear’
University of Louisville Theatre Arts Department and Commonwealth Theatre Center have joined together to co-produce William Shakespeare’s epic tragedy “King Lear” Nov. 10-20 in...
Richard Kogan, M.D.
Psychiatrist, concert pianist to perform at UofL Depression Center annual dinner March 7
Psychiatrist and concert pianist Richard Kogan will explore the relationship between the mind and music of Robert Schumann, one of the Romantic era’s greatest...
Will in the Ville is a citywide celebration of all things Shakespeare.
Events highlight Shakespeare in Kentucky, world, modern era
You can take an expert’s classes, check out William Shakespeare’s impact on Kentucky and the world and even listen to the famous Hamlet soliloquy...