Named in honor of Miss Mackie Rasdall (Student Center Director 1944-1966), the Rasdall Gallery has shown progressive, exciting exhibitions throughout its history. Of the most recent exhibits of the student-run gallery, UK students and faculty have seen works from street artist PRHBTN, installation artist Dana Harper, as well as other events such as Pinterest Parties and spoken poetry. With each semester, the Student Activities Board works to bring talent and innovation to UK’s campus. The gallery’s entrance can be found in the the Grand Hall, around the corner from the Student Center Ticket Office.
Young Artists Competition
Reception: March 26, 2015 // 7 – 9 pm // Rasdall Gallery
SAB’s Cultural Arts Committee presents The Young Artists Exhibit, an event that encourages young student artists on UK’s campus to present their work in a professional gallery. The application deadline has passed. All students whose artwork will be presented in the gallery will be decided two weeks prior to the event. The reception will be held on March 26 from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Rasdall Gallery in the Student Center. At the reception, there will be a tiered voting system. Three winners will be chosen, one by the judges who will be local artists and gallery owners and the other two by students who attend the event via text-in poll. Each of the winners will be announced at the end of the reception and will receive $750 scholarships to Kennedy’s Art Store.
All questions concerning the competition should be directed to Taylor Hamilton, Director of Cultural Arts.
fab-ric-ate Architecture Exhibit
Reception: April 11, 2015 // 6 – 8 pm // Rasdall Gallery
Exhibit: April 11 – April 28
The fabᐧricᐧate reception, sponsored by SAB’s Cultural Arts Committee will showcase installations from the American Institute of Architecture Students Midwest Conference in the Rasdall Gallery on April 11 from 6 to 8 p.m. The event will be an exposition of contemporary design education through the collaboration of architects from several midwestern colleges and universities. It will provide an introduction to the creative, interesting world of fabrication as it applies to architecture. The artwork will be available for viewing in the Rasdall Gallery until April 28.