We believe learning experiences extend beyond the classroom. KyCAD provides opportunities to connect, stimulate curiosity, and become involved in the campus community through a variety of cultural, social, and recreational activities and programs.
Louisville, Kentucky, the largest city in the Commonwealth of Kentucky, is consistently ranked among the top places to live in the U.S. based on affordability, job prospects and quality of life. Vibrant music and performing arts scene, locally-owned restaurants and coffee shops, and 120 city parks make Louisville a destination.
The Kentucky College of Art + Design’s campus connects Louisville’s SoBro neighborhood with historic Old Louisville. Campus facilities are located within blocks of the Louisville Free Public Library and The Filson Historical Society. The Speed Art Museum, 21C Museum Hotel, KMAC Museum, and Museum Row are located within a convenient mile and a half of campus, accessible via the fare-free 4th Street (Rt. 1) LouLift. The area surrounding the campus has a variety of housing options.
HEALTH + WELL-BEING
The well-being of students is a priority at KyCAD. We are focused on holistic wellness and work with students to create an environment that promotes health that is built upon inclusivity, respect, and compassion. We offer a variety of programs, services, and resources through partnerships with community agencies and peer mentors designed to promote lifelong well-being. Programs and services include counseling, stress management, nutrition, and physical health.
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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.