Sarah Schaaf ’19 has been refining and developing her talents in both music and art over the past four years.
Transylvania University Theater will introduce Lexington to award-winning playwright and Mellon Foundation recipient Carlos Murillo.
Transylvania University’s two choirs will perform a variety of works from around the globe during their first concert of the season on Sunday, Nov. 11.
Susan Weinstein, a professor at Louisiana State University, will offer a brief history of spoken word poetry and discuss how artistic subcultures reflect generational and cultural shifts in society.
A film that’s been called the “music documentary of the year” is making its way to Central Kentucky for a screening at Transylvania University.
Transylvania Theater’s season opening production runs Nov. 1-10.
Delcamp visiting writer Erik Reece will read from his new work at Transylvania on Wednesday, Nov. 7 at 7:30 p.m. in Carrick Theater.
Transylvania University’s Morlan Gallery has launched an exhibition that explores—and complicates—the notion of “pretty” with works in a variety of media that range from the beautiful to the grotesque.
Transylvania’s theater season kicks off Nov. 1 with an irreverent, contemporary, and very funny remix of Chekhov’s The Seagull by playwright Aaron Posner.
Turkish scholar and international musician Latif Bolat will present music, poetry, stories, and dance as part of a World Voices Series performance at Transylvania.