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‘At long last,’ Fine Arts alum Sam Gilliam’s artwork finds its place in a NYC gallery

‘At long last,’ Fine Arts alum Sam Gilliam’s artwork finds its place in a NYC gallery

World-renowned artist and double alum Sam Gilliam is no doubt a point of pride for the University of Louisville. The painter, widely known for his use of saturated color and his highly improvisational, spontaneous technique, received his BA in creative art in 1955 and his MA in fine arts in 1961 – both from the College of Arts & Sciences.

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UofL professor takes the stage as an ASL interpreter

UofL professor takes the stage as an ASL interpreter

Minges is an American Sign Language interpreter who performs at a variety of concerts and music festivals, including Waterfront Wednesday, Bonnaroo and the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival. She has also worked with Tom Petty, Phish, The Avett Brothers and other musicians.

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Hite Art Institute hosts art show that examines mental health

Hite Art Institute hosts art show that examines mental health

While it might seem sleepier on campus through summer, that doesn’t mean there’s nothing to do or see. You might meander over to Schneider Hall Galleries, for example, to peruse Hite’s current exhibition: “Mental Misconceptions: The Art of Self-Care.” The show, which runs through Aug. 30, 2019, investigates mental health and the healing process known as post-trauma growth, the sense of well-being after a traumatic event.

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