Sam Minrath drawing of teammate Mackenzie Karl's grandmother and her nursing home family
UofL student-athlete turns to art to cope with COVID-19 crisis, and requests pour in from around the world
University of Louisville field hockey goalkeeper and rising sophomore Sam Minrath has kept busy after the spring semester was moved online due to the...
Twenty UofL students were able to work on an interior design project for Camp Restoration, a community for homeless veterans set to open next year.
UofL interior design students gain experience through homeless veterans project
In the fall of 2019, Valerie Fuchs, a part-time professor at the Hite Art Institute in UofL’s Department of Fine Arts, tasked her interior...
Virtual Portfolio Day 2020
UofL’s Portfolio Day goes virtual
Portfolio Day is an annual celebration for the graphic design community to gather and celebrate the work of UofL students completing their bachelor of...
Molly Carr and Anna Petrova play at UofL's School of Music
Faculty pianist bringing world-class music to COVID-19 patients and UofL audiences
The coronavirus pandemic has affected our world in many ways, and the uncertainty surrounding the virus has increased stress and anxiety in many people....
School of Music Professor Krzysztof Wolek
New Music Festival features musical, virtual reality film experience
The School of Music will host a special spring semester edition of its annual New Music Festival March 1-4 with a featured virtual reality...
UofL’s Planetarium offers a look from the International Space Station
Gheens Science Hall and Rauch Planetarium will open two new exhibits Feb. 23 at 3:30 p.m. One exhibit, ISS Above, will give visitors a real-time...
Tyler Tate and Kala Ross
Theatre Arts students, faculty win big in theater competition
Tyler Tate, a second-year MFA student in Theatre Arts, won first place in acting in this year's Irene Ryan Region IV Kennedy Center American College...
Orbert Davis
School of Music hosts jazz greats for concerts, workshops
UofL’s School of Music is celebrating Black History Month with several chances to enjoy the upper echelon of jazz performance. This year marks the 25th...
Che Rhodes
UofL professor named Educator of the Year by Louisville Visual Art
Ché Rhodes, professor of glass at UofL's Hite Art Institute, has been named "Educator of the Year" by Louisville Visual Art, the area's largest...
Mutiyat "Tia" Ade-Salu
Theatre Arts stages Louisville debut of ‘Detroit ’67’
It's the summer of 1967 and the songs of Motown are breaking records and breaking barriers. In Theatre Arts’ new production, “Detroit ’67,” by Dominique...