Arts Events

March 16 - 22, 2019

Saturday, March 16

Floyd Film Festival Short Film Submissions DUE April 9th

The 2019 Floyd Film Festival will be held on April 17th this year! Students and community members are encouraged to submit a short film which will be shown...

The Roots of Activism: Kentucky and Radical Southern Organizing

"The Roots of Activisim" examines local Kentucky connections to Highlander Research and Education Center—formerly known as Highlander Folk School—and radical...

Conspiratorial Aesthetics

Exhibition: March 1 - April 6, 2019 The Hite Art Institute is pleased to present, Conspiratorial Aesthetics, an exhibition that investigates the form and...

Sunday, March 17

Floyd Film Festival Short Film Submissions DUE April 9th

The 2019 Floyd Film Festival will be held on April 17th this year! Students and community members are encouraged to submit a short film which will be shown...

The Roots of Activism: Kentucky and Radical Southern Organizing

"The Roots of Activisim" examines local Kentucky connections to Highlander Research and Education Center—formerly known as Highlander Folk School—and radical...

Conspiratorial Aesthetics

Exhibition: March 1 - April 6, 2019 The Hite Art Institute is pleased to present, Conspiratorial Aesthetics, an exhibition that investigates the form and...

BMFT Practice

BMFT will have closed practices for upcoming events.

Monday, March 18

Floyd Film Festival Short Film Submissions DUE April 9th

The 2019 Floyd Film Festival will be held on April 17th this year! Students and community members are encouraged to submit a short film which will be shown...

The Roots of Activism: Kentucky and Radical Southern Organizing

"The Roots of Activisim" examines local Kentucky connections to Highlander Research and Education Center—formerly known as Highlander Folk School—and radical...

Scholastic Art Awards Silver Key/Honorable Mention Exhibition

2019 Scholastic Art Awards Silver Key/Honorable Mention Exhibition Schneider Hall, Hite Art Institute, University of Louisville (Main Campus) Opening...

The Gravures of Alvin Langdon Coburn

Coburn studied and embraced photogravure, a photomechanical process using printer's ink, and not only supervised the printing but also set up two presses in...

Conspiratorial Aesthetics

Exhibition: March 1 - April 6, 2019 The Hite Art Institute is pleased to present, Conspiratorial Aesthetics, an exhibition that investigates the form and...

University Faculty Jazz Chamber Music

University Jazz Chamber Music is a new initiative combining jazz piano and bass with faculty outside of the jazz concentration.

BMFT Practice

BMFT will have closed practices for upcoming events.

Tuesday, March 19

Floyd Film Festival Short Film Submissions DUE April 9th

The 2019 Floyd Film Festival will be held on April 17th this year! Students and community members are encouraged to submit a short film which will be shown...

The Roots of Activism: Kentucky and Radical Southern Organizing

"The Roots of Activisim" examines local Kentucky connections to Highlander Research and Education Center—formerly known as Highlander Folk School—and radical...

Scholastic Art Awards Silver Key/Honorable Mention Exhibition

2019 Scholastic Art Awards Silver Key/Honorable Mention Exhibition Schneider Hall, Hite Art Institute, University of Louisville (Main Campus) Opening...

The Gravures of Alvin Langdon Coburn

Coburn studied and embraced photogravure, a photomechanical process using printer's ink, and not only supervised the printing but also set up two presses in...

Conspiratorial Aesthetics

Exhibition: March 1 - April 6, 2019 The Hite Art Institute is pleased to present, Conspiratorial Aesthetics, an exhibition that investigates the form and...

Empowerment: Women in Space Science: Mercury 13 Screening

Join us on a journey to explore the significant contributions women have made and are making to space exploration. Over the decades, women have made...

Sequel: Lecture and Performance by Cara Benedetto

“Sequel,” an event by artist Cara Benedetto, examines phallocentric aspects of our performance-heavy culture, the various predatory relationships plaguing...

Guest Artist: Alex Richards, sopranino saxophone

Alexander Richards is an active pedagogue and performing artist, having appeared in concert in Canada, the United States and Europe. As a concert...

Faculty Artist: Erin Keesy, soprano & Matthew Umphreys, piano

Soprano, Erin Keesy has been praised for her “plush timbre” and “agile purity”. Recent appearances include engagements with the Cincinnati POPS orchestra,...

Wednesday, March 20

Floyd Film Festival Short Film Submissions DUE April 9th

The 2019 Floyd Film Festival will be held on April 17th this year! Students and community members are encouraged to submit a short film which will be shown...

The Roots of Activism: Kentucky and Radical Southern Organizing

"The Roots of Activisim" examines local Kentucky connections to Highlander Research and Education Center—formerly known as Highlander Folk School—and radical...

Scholastic Art Awards Silver Key/Honorable Mention Exhibition

2019 Scholastic Art Awards Silver Key/Honorable Mention Exhibition Schneider Hall, Hite Art Institute, University of Louisville (Main Campus) Opening...

The Gravures of Alvin Langdon Coburn

Coburn studied and embraced photogravure, a photomechanical process using printer's ink, and not only supervised the printing but also set up two presses in...

Conspiratorial Aesthetics

Exhibition: March 1 - April 6, 2019 The Hite Art Institute is pleased to present, Conspiratorial Aesthetics, an exhibition that investigates the form and...

Reading Kanafani in Kentucky

Reading Kanafani in Kentucky invites Louisvillians to participate in a public conversation about the loss of home, involuntary relocation, belonging, and the...

Flourish Film Cinema: Good Hair

Join the Engaging Issues committee in the second installment of the Flourish Series. We will be showing Good Hair, a film by Chris Rock. After there will be...

BMFT Practice

BMFT will have closed practices for upcoming events.

CANCELLED: Guest Artist: P. Kellach Waddle, double bass

Three-time Pulitzer Prize nominated composer P. Kellach Waddle maintains an active career not only as a composer but also as a bassist, conductor and writer....

Thursday, March 21

Floyd Film Festival Short Film Submissions DUE April 9th

The 2019 Floyd Film Festival will be held on April 17th this year! Students and community members are encouraged to submit a short film which will be shown...

The Roots of Activism: Kentucky and Radical Southern Organizing

"The Roots of Activisim" examines local Kentucky connections to Highlander Research and Education Center—formerly known as Highlander Folk School—and radical...

Scholastic Art Awards Silver Key/Honorable Mention Exhibition

2019 Scholastic Art Awards Silver Key/Honorable Mention Exhibition Schneider Hall, Hite Art Institute, University of Louisville (Main Campus) Opening...

The Gravures of Alvin Langdon Coburn

Coburn studied and embraced photogravure, a photomechanical process using printer's ink, and not only supervised the printing but also set up two presses in...

Conspiratorial Aesthetics

Exhibition: March 1 - April 6, 2019 The Hite Art Institute is pleased to present, Conspiratorial Aesthetics, an exhibition that investigates the form and...

Masterclass: Tim Schwarz, violin

Since his solo debut with the legendary Philadelphia Orchestra at age nine, violinist Timothy Schwarz has been praised for his “energetic performances” (Rome...

Floyd Movies: Can You Ever Forgive Me?

2018 Starring Melissa McCarthy and Richard E. Grant. When Lee Israel falls out of step with current tastes, she turns her art form to deception. Movies...

Masterclass: BluHill Percussion Duo

The BluHill Percussion Duo includes members Dr. Colin Hill and Professor Brian Blume. Colin and Brian both earned their Master’s degrees from Indiana...

Reading Kanafani in Kentucky

Reading Kanafani in Kentucky invites Louisvillians to participate in a public conversation about the loss of home, involuntary relocation, belonging, and the...

Floyd Movies: Can You Ever Forgive Me?

2018 Starring Melissa McCarthy and Richard E. Grant. When Lee Israel falls out of step with current tastes, she turns her art form to deception. Movies...

Guest Artist: Tim Schwarz, violin

Since his solo debut with the legendary Philadelphia Orchestra at age nine, violinist Timothy Schwarz has been praised for his “energetic performances” (Rome...

Friday, March 22

Floyd Film Festival Short Film Submissions DUE April 9th

The 2019 Floyd Film Festival will be held on April 17th this year! Students and community members are encouraged to submit a short film which will be shown...

The Roots of Activism: Kentucky and Radical Southern Organizing

"The Roots of Activisim" examines local Kentucky connections to Highlander Research and Education Center—formerly known as Highlander Folk School—and radical...

The Gravures of Alvin Langdon Coburn

Coburn studied and embraced photogravure, a photomechanical process using printer's ink, and not only supervised the printing but also set up two presses in...

Conspiratorial Aesthetics

Exhibition: March 1 - April 6, 2019 The Hite Art Institute is pleased to present, Conspiratorial Aesthetics, an exhibition that investigates the form and...

Floyd Movies: Can You Ever Forgive Me?

2018 Starring Melissa McCarthy and Richard E. Grant. When Lee Israel falls out of step with current tastes, she turns her art form to deception. Movies...

LGBTQ+ Writing Group Meeting

Are you a creative writer who identifies as LGBTQ+ or as an ally? Are you interested in practicing your writing in a safe, supportive space and getting...

Reading Kanafani in Kentucky

Reading Kanafani in Kentucky invites Louisvillians to participate in a public conversation about the loss of home, involuntary relocation, belonging, and the...

Floyd Movies: Can You Ever Forgive Me?

2018 Starring Melissa McCarthy and Richard E. Grant. When Lee Israel falls out of step with current tastes, she turns her art form to deception. Movies...

March 16 - 22, 2019

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