Children react during a lesson as part of the PNC Grow Up Great Fellows.
UofL program trains future teachers to use drama to boost learning, engagement
Can drama and storytelling help preschoolers be better prepared for kindergarten? Yes, they can. That’s the conclusion drawn by faculty researchers in the...
"Family of Miners, Scotland," 1982, by Milton Rogovin
Conference, exhibition focus on documentary photographer
A free UofL conference Oct. 23 and a photography exhibition throughout October will examine the work of noted social documentarian Milton Rogovin as...
Ekstrom Library Lobby
Scholar to discuss clues about ancient life
A scholar who works on decoding civilization’s earliest forms of writing will speak Sept. 24 at the University of Louisville about new clues...
Poets, fiction writers share their craft through Axton series
A Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist and a recent Kentucky poet laureate join other writers sharing their work publicly and teaching master classes at UofL...
The Playhouse
UofL Theatre Arts announces 2015-16 season
UofL's Theatre Arts Department has announced its 2015-16 season, which offers performances from August Wilson’s iconic “The Piano Lesson” to Harold Pinter’s provoking “Betrayal,”...
Lee Luvisi
UofL Music eX Series features Louisville piano master Lee Luvisi
The UofL School of Music is giving listeners the chance to the hear works of some of the world’s best composers while helping fund...
An example of work by Mary Carothers. Photo by Stacy Reason.
Fine arts professor’s work featured in Metro Louisville’s public art exhibit
An installation by Mary Carothers, professor of fine arts, is one of five works chosen to be a part of Connect/Disconnect, the inaugural project...
An original etching by Professor Chan, entitled Palm Trees, will be available for sale. All proceeds will go to the University of Louisville Hite Art Institute Printmaking Scholarship Fund.
UofL’s Ying Kit Chan to show work at Jewish Community Center gallery
UofL’s Ying Kit Chan, chair of the department of fine arts, will show his “10,000 Thoughts” exhibit Aug. 30-Oct. 7 at the Jewish Community...
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...
writing
Workshops help students improve writing
High school juniors and seniors received writing pointers this summer at essay writing workshops given by UofL’s Office of Admissions. Each hour-long session accommodated about...