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Meet Our Administrators

The unparalleled commitment that GSA has to Kentucky’s next generation of young artists is impassioned all year long through the administration.

The GSA administration invests in Kentucky’s young artists every day in the management of fall prep workshops, the application and audition process, the hiring of summer faculty and staff and multiple alumni showcases and activities.

Based out of Kentucky Performing Arts in Louisville, but with a state-wide focus, GSA Administration is glad to answer any questions you have and address your concerns and ideas about GSA throughout the year.

Nick Covault


(502) 566-5218

[email protected]


Nick is an alumnus of GSA’s 2002 Vocal Music program.  He holds a BM in Vocal Music Performance and a BA in Arts Administration from the University of Kentucky.  Prior to joining GSA as Director, he was the Programming & Community Engagement Manager for The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts. Nick currently serves on the Steering Committee for the Kentucky Rural-Urban Exchange. His professional journey has included participation in the SouthArts Dance Touring Initiative, the Emerging Leader Institute of the Association of Performing Arts Presenters, and the Global Fellowship Program of the International Society for the Performing Arts.  He was listed as one of Business First of Louisville’s 2016 Forty Under 40 Honorees, and has been named a Compassion Laureate by Compassionate Louisville.


Meet Our Faculty & Staff

GSA faculty are master artists and educators whose work maintains a sense of relevancy and immediacy demanded within their craft. Nationally and internationally acclaimed, these artists are chosen for their skills as educators, personal artistic development and their ability to act as positive role models for young artists.

All GSA faculty members are professional artists working in their field. GSA faculty act as mentors to the students, providing insights into the professional world of the arts, art careers and advanced arts education and training.

GSA students are additionally guided through summer program by a counselor and  also an artist in residence.



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Following Governor Andy Beshear’s executive order outlining specific steps all public-facing businesses should take to contain and limit the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), all Kentucky Performing Arts venues are temporarily closed.