Kentucky authors and literary experts joined the Transylvania community for several events this fall highlighting the work of Larkspur Press on its 45th anniversary.
Acclaimed Kentucky authors Wendell Berry, Bobbie Ann Mason and Mary Ann Taylor-Hall will give readings from their works Oct. 9 at Transylvania.
As Transylvania University’s 2019-20 campus focuses on resilience this academic year, creative and thought leaders from across the nation will bring their ideas and work to the Lexington college in this year’s Creative Intelligence Series.
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.
Transylvania’s Morlan Gallery 2019-20 season features works from acclaimed artists that reflect this school year’s campus theme: Resilience.
Transylvania University’s New Frontiers series returns to the downtown Lexington campus with six feature events this academic year.
The Studio 300 Digital Arts and Music Festival brings to Lexington these latest works and developing genres, providing Transylvania University students and the community an exclusive front row seat at the leading edge of international digital art and music scenes.
The New York Times Critic’s pick “217 Boxes of Dr. Henry Anonymous” will be presented at Transylvania May 16 – 19.
Presented by the student-run Transylvania Theatre Guild, “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” runs May 2-5.