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The Blue Grass Trust for Historic Preservation’s annual Preservation Awards

The Blue Grass Trust for Historic Preservation's annual Preservation Awards presentation was featured in the Lexington Herald-Leader.  Awards were presented to exciting adaptive reuse projects, and to several College of Design graduates. The Blue Grass Trust for Historic Preservation's Clyde Carpenter Adaptive Re-Use Award went to four winners…
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New update from the Summer Travel Program in Amsterdam

Assistant Professor, Kyle Miller, sent a new update about the summer travel program in Amsterdam, "Weeks two and three proved to be quite successful. In addition to further developing the studio project, the group completed a design workshop with Jörg Petri and Filippo Lodi of raurouw (see images). The workshop…
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UK/CoD AIAS members will attend the Grassroots Leadership Conference in Washington D.C.

AIAS second year architecture students, Haley Koesters and Mark Manczyk, will attend this year's Grassroots Leadership Conference in Washington D.C., July 21-24. The Grassroots Leadership Conference offers instruction on how to be an effective leader, run a successful AIAS chapter, motivate and organize students. Programming includes workshops, lectures,…
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World Trade Center Steel arrives at Pence Hall

A piece of steel I-beam from the World Trade Center arrived at Pence Hall on Wednesday, June 1. A concrete base for the I-beam will be constructed this summer under the direction of instructor, Rives Rash, by architecture students, Michael Mead and Ben Ward.  A "World Trade Center Steel Student Design…
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The Kentuckiana Masonry Institute awarded scholarships to eight architecture students

Each year, the Kentuckiana Masonry Institute sponsors a design competition for students in the University of Kentucky's School of Architecture. This year the design competition explored the idea of transformation in masonry. Students were required to design and build a sculpture using no more that 100 modular bricks,…
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The 2011 Beaux Arts Ball supports local organizations

The Beaux Arts Ball Foundation raised $57,000 this year, surpassing all of its previous fundraising efforts by wide margins.  Money raised by the Beaux Arts Ball Foundation is distributedt o several community organizations in Lexington and around the state of Kentucky. Planned and organized by students from the University of…
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UK/CoD architecture students unveil ideas for HMPL1 Power Plant

The Henderson Gleaner featured the College of Design's Henderson Studio and its work on the HMPL1 power plant. Photo by Mike Lawrence
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Architecture undergraduate Doug Niemann has been awarded a Gaines Fellowship

by Whitney Hale Architecture undergraduate Doug Niemann has been chosen as one of 11 new scholar for the university's Gaines Fellowship Program for the 2011-12 and 2012-13 academic years. Gaines Fellowships are given in recognition of students’ outstanding academic performance, demonstrated ability to conduct independent research, interest in public issues,…
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CoD student Shannon Ruhl has been honored as a Little/Gaines Artist

The final presentation in the Little/Gaines series, sponsored by University of Kentucky's Lucille C. Little Fine Arts Library and Learning Center and Gaines Center for the Humanities, features UK's own Shannon Ruhl as this month's Little/Gaines Artist and her collaborators and classmates, Benjamin Kolder and Leah Rees. While their work…
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Best of 2010: AIAS + IDSA Student Exhibition

AIAS + IDS in conjunction with the UK Student Activities Board presents: Best of 2010: AIAS + IDSA Opening Reception on Monday, February 21st @ 6:30pm (Free Food, Drinks and Music!) Student work (research, drawings, models) from 1st year through graduate studios will be on display The exhibit will be…
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