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.
The artistic talents of Transylvania University students will be spotlighted in a Morlan Gallery exhibition from May 3-17. The annual Juried Student Art Exhibition, which is free and open to the public, will feature more than 100 pieces—from paintings to fiber to digital media. The show opens on Friday, May 3, with a reception from…
Transylvania University’s ‘Cabaret FM’ will bring the feel of a radio program in front of a live audience to Carrick Theater on Friday.
The Transylvania Singers treble choir will perform an eclectic concert Thursday in the university’s historic Old Morrison Chapel.
Silent Sky shines a light on a overlooked woman scientist who figured out a crucial relationship which enabled us, for the first time in human history, to measure the universe.
Beginning Thursday, Transylvania University Theater’s production of “Silent Sky” will tell the true story of astronomer Henrietta Leavitt, who revolutionized our knowledge of the universe.
Shaun Leonardo is a rising star in the international art world, where his work engages people in wordless public debate about complex topics like gun violence and racial bias.
World-renowned author Salman Rushdie will give Transylvania University’s 2019 William R. Kenan Jr. Lecture on Wednesday, March 27.