OPEN: Tuesday – Sunday: noon to 5 pm; Friday noon to 8 pm
CLOSED: Mondays & University Holidays
THE MUSEUM WILL BE CLOSED DECEMBER 25 THROUGH JANUARY 1 FOR THE HOLIDAYS
Innovators & Legends: $8 / $5 senior citizens
Free for all students/ UK staff & alumni / Free Friday nights 5-8 pm
The Permanent Collection exhibitions and the R.C. May exhibitions are free
LOCATION: 405 Rose Street (Rose Street and Euclid Avenue), Lexington, KY 40506-0241
In the Singletary Center for the Arts
RESERVED MUSEUM PARKING spaces are behind the Singletary Center
off Patterson and Rose.
45 minute metered parking available in the Singletary Center Circle Drive off Rose.
UK employee (E) lots are FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC on weekends starting at 3:30 pm Friday afternoon.
|Innovators & Legends:
Generations in Textiles & Fibers
October 13 - December 22, 2013
(Please note the closing date for this exhibition has been changed to December 22
Admission: $8 / $5 senior citizens
Free for all students/ UK staff & alumni
Free Friday nights 5-8 pm
This exhibition explores the emergence of fiber arts as a fine art and showcases the contemporary fine art textile and fabric movement with works by internationally celebrated masters, top North American artists, including the University of Kentucky's own Arturo Sandoval, and promising newcomers like the innovative performance and costume artist Nick Cave.
KAREN HAMPTON, The Model, layered digital prints
R.C. MAY PHOTOGRAPHY LECTURE SERIES
EXHIBITION: November 15, 2013 - February 2, 2014
LECTURE: November 15, 4 pm
Corey is a Mid-westerner who makes photographs in traditional documentary fashion. Traveling through small towns in his RV, he offers glimpses into the workings of small towns and the people who inhabit them.
CARL COREY, Marty, Chippewa Club, Durand, Wisconsin, from the series Tavern League, archival pigment print on cotton-based photo paper, courtesy of the artist
The Art Museum at the University of Kentucky, reaccredited in 2009, is one of only two art museums in the state that are accredited by the AAM.
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