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Screening of Catharine Axley's Attla, followed by Q&A

The screening is @ 7:00. The reception is @ 6:30 and is open to all.


ATTLA tells the gripping story of George Attla, a charismatic Alaska Native dogsled racer who, with one good leg and fierce determination, became a legendary sports hero in Northern communities around the world. Part dog whisperer, part canny businessman and part heartthrob, Attla rose to international fame during a unique period of history when Western education, economies, and culture penetrated the Alaskan village lifestyle and forever changed the state with the discovery of oil in the late 1960s.


Wednesday, February 12, 2020 - 6:30pm
James F. Hardymon Theater in the Davis Marksbury Building

Undergraduate Researchers Receive Research and Creativity Awards

By Ryan Girves

The University of Kentucky Office of Undergraduate Research recently recognized and awarded 19 students with the Oswald Research and Creativity awards. 

Deadline to Apply: Creative Writing in Ireland

Saturday, February 1, 2020 - 5:00pm

Old Cove Press Christmas Party

Old Cove Press Christmas Party with Readings on Saturday night, December 7th at the Carnegie Center. The event opens at 7 pm and readings will begin at 7:30 pm. Bernard Clay will be the featured reader, with readings also by Mary Ann Taylor-Hall, Gurney Norman, and Ed McClanahan. Free and open to the public. Everyone welcome! 
Saturday, December 7, 2019 - 7:00pm
The Carnegie Center

MFA Student Makalani Bandele's Abstract Approach to Poetry Takes Home Autumn House Prize

By Madison Dyment

The true art of writing is the many forms through which it can be expressed. The beauty of one of its most obscure forms, poetry, is not lost on UK College of Arts & Sciences' MFA student, Makalani Bandele, who recently won the Autumn House Press Poetry competition for his latest poetry book. 


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