These study rooms are intended for group study. They may also be scheduled for makeup exams, committee meetings, thesis/disertation defenses, and a wide variety of other small group needs. Study Rooms must be booked at least 8 hours in advance.
These rooms are designated for classes, faculty and staff meetings, trainings or other groups approved by the Facilities Manager. These spaces must booked at least 8 hours in advance.
The John Jacob Niles Center for American Music is a collaborative effort of the University Of Kentucky School of Music, College of Fine Arts, Appalachian Studies, and the University Libraries. It is named for Kentucky musician John Jacob Niles. The Center seeks to provide a comprehensive focus for the research and performance of American music, embracing both vernacular and cultivated aspects of the field, from the early Colonial period through the present, with special emphasis on the indigenous culture of the southeastern United States. The Center's mission is both archival and programmatic. It serves as a repository for primary and secondary research materials and it actively supports the dissemination of scholarly research in American Music.
The Niles Gallery primarily serves as a recital/concert and lecture space for groups that fulfill the mission of the Niles Center.
*Please note the Niles Gallery must be reserved at least 24 hours in advance.*