The Transylvania University Project One Initiative and the Office of Campus and Community Engagement are sponsoring a week of events honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
The application of data visualization is transforming a wide variety of professions—and our understanding of each other. It is being used to replace vertebrae, explore human relationships and translate complex realities into a single clarifying graphic. On three consecutive Thursdays beginning Jan. 24, Transylvania University will host discussions with professionals who use data visualization in…
Tim Meko, an award-winning graphic reporter who is deputy graphics director at the Washington Post, uses data, design and code to distill the most complicated information into decipherable and often stunning visuals.
The upcoming “Data, Mine” exhibition at Transylvania University’s Morlan Gallery will offer artistic takes on an issue seemingly ripped from today’s headlines: What’s to do with all that information computers dig up on us? Running Jan. 16 to Feb. 19, the show will feature the works of nationally renowned data visualization artists Hasan Elahi and…
Transylvania University Theater will introduce Lexington to award-winning playwright and Mellon Foundation recipient Carlos Murillo.
Friday’s discussion features four women with ties to the Transylvania and Lexington communities.
Transylvania hosted a new Kentucky Book Festival event, Cocktails and Conversation, which welcomed a national-level author to Lexington.
MOSAIIC brings faculty, staff and students from the Central Kentucky Diversity Consortium, a group of five colleges and universities, together with community members for candid discussions on inclusion.
Transylvania University is making a name for itself on the electronic music scene—not only as a venue for international composers, but also as a place for students to learn the craft and share their works in front of live audiences. Transylvania students will present their own compositions during an Electronic Music Student Recital on Tuesday,…
The first annual Kentucky Book Festival kicks off in Lexington Nov. 12 and culminates on Saturday, Nov. 17 with the 37th annual Kentucky Book Fair. Transylvania faculty and alumni are among the featured authors.