Join us for our next on-campus Open House and Portfolio Review Day on Saturday, May 8th! Appointments are required. Reserve your appointment online here or email us at email@example.com.
After a year of pain and tremendous loss, we turn to the architectural flights of fancy planned by Kentucky native Clay Lancaster. In a joint exhibition, the Warwick Foundation and the Kentucky College of Art and Design are proud to bring together the fanciful rural follies of Lancaster’s imagination with the urban follies of KyCAD students and alumni. While none of these fabulous architectural follies physically exists in the landscape, they nonetheless have the power to spark our dreams and hopes for the future, reimagining our surroundings, both rural and urban.
Image source: anchalproject.org For current KyCAD students and graduates only. We are ecstatic to announce a new collaboration between…
Save the Dates February 8-15, 2021 Description KyCAD is hosting an experimental film program in conjunction with the studio course…
KyCAD is honored to present the brilliant works of Kara Walker. An American artist whose work has been considered the…
July 11 and July 23 6:30PM – 8:30PM Please join us at the the Speed Mansion for drinks and light…
KyCAD is thrilled to collaborate with the Louisville Ballet, exploring fertile ground where performing, visual, digital and time-based disciplines meet in exciting joint projects. January 31 – February 2.
In-Between the Real and the Ideal—A choreography for “Alla Hornpipe” from Water Music is formed by the choreography of repeated gestures. The reflections create a partnership between image and music while expressing the nature of performance as choreographed movement of pose-to-pose gestures, or the conductor’s breaths drawn at certain lengths and depths between intervals of time. The work explores the connection between the real and the ideal, image and sound, object and subject, shadow and projection, such as a thing reflected on the surface of water.
Our largest fundraising event of the year! The 2019 Gala honored Rev. Al Shands, one of Louisville’s most prominent and most passionate patrons of the arts, and the work he has done through the Great Meadows Foundation.
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