Cutting-edge musicians and artists from across the nation will converge on Transylvania University next month for the Studio 300 Digital Art and Music Festival from Oct. 3-4.
Transylvania senior Shawna Morton designed a deck of trading cards representing historically important women. She will distribute them to an art club at Cardinal Valley Elementary School, who will in turn make art inspired by the cards.
An immersive video installation by Transylvania University professor Zoé Strecker will be on public display for the first time starting Tuesday in the school’s Morlan Gallery.
Transylvania’s Morlan Gallery will celebrate the works of the late Dan Selter, a renowned ceramist and professor emeritus of art, from Tuesday through Oct. 11.
In a special collaborative exhibition, Transylvania University’s Morlan Gallery and J. Douglas Gay Jr./Frances Carrick Thomas Library present “The Art of Kentucky Literature: 45 Years of Larkspur Press,” a celebration of Larkspur’s 45th anniversary. The show runs Tuesday through Nov. 1.
Transylvania Theater’s 2019-20 season will tackle the topic of resilience — university’s theme for this academic year — with four productions reminding us of our capacity to overcome challenges with both grit and humor.
A large, stainless steel halo is being installed on a downtown Lexington building as part of professors Kurt Gohde and Kremena Todorova’s Unlearn Fear + Hate project.
Transylvania’s Morlan Gallery 2019-20 season features works from acclaimed artists that reflect this school year’s campus theme: Resilience.
Transylvania has strong ties to the popular LexArts HOP, which is Friday evening.
Students in the inaugural Transylvania in Ireland program spent much of last month immersed in the Emerald Island’s rich tradition of art and literature.