A SYMPOSIUM ON MODERN ARCHITECTURE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY
During the 1960s, modern architecture transformed the University of Kentucky. Skyrocketing enrollment led to construction of new dormitories, classroom buildings, and laboratories. All introduced radically new architecture to a traditionally styled campus. What ideals animated the built environment that took shape, and what are its major legacies? Join distinguished historians, archivists, and artists in exploring the transformation of the university campus half a century ago.
Mary Anne Hunting
Architectural historian and author
New York, NY
University Research Professor
Department of Educational Policy Studies and Evaluation, College of Education, University of Kentucky
Department of Art History,University of Delaware
Special Collections Research Center, University of Kentucky Libraries
Sponsored by the University of Kentucky Department of History and the College of Design. For more information, visit history.as.uky.edu or design.uky.edu. Questions? Call (859) 323-2747 or email email@example.com.