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...
The School of Music kicks off a busy season Friday with the 25th annual Faculty Gala.
School of Music kicks off new season with 25th annual Faculty Gala
The UofL School of Music kicks off a new season of performances Friday with its 25th annual Faculty Gala.  The 8:15 p.m. concert features School...
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...
“Empowerment” kicks off Feb. 17-26 at UofL's planetarium with a focus on Black History Month and civil rights.
Planetarium’s new series offers immersive social justice experiences
Want to see what social justice looks like on a 55-foot, 360-degree screen? The Gheens Science Hall and Rauch Planetarium at the University of...
Theatre Arts' Betrayal
UofL Theatre Arts wrapping up season with ‘Betrayal’
The UofL Theatre Arts Department is wrapping up its 2015-16 season with “Betrayal,” Harold Pinter’s prize-winning drama, April 13-17 at Thrust Theatre. This piercing character...
Grawemeyer is lit green to honor COVID-19 victims in 2020.
A look back at a very unusual – and unprecedented – year at UofL
If we could describe 2020 in one word for posterity, it’d no doubt be “memorable.” Hopefully it will also be anomalous. This year was largely defined...
Archives and Special Collections houses more than 100,000 items from Burroughs' life.
UofL spotlights vast Burroughs collection to complement Tarzan movie release Archives and Special Collections houses more than 100,000 items in all categories of the author's work.
To mark the July 1 release of the movie, "The Legend of Tarzan," the University of Louisville's Archives and Special Collections will showcase its vast...
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...
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...
The African American Theatre Program's annual MLK Celebration is Jan. 15.
African American Theatre Program ready for annual MLK Celebration
The University of Louisville's The African American Theatre Program will stage several opportunities to observe Martin Luther King Jr. Day and Black History Month this year. The...