Kentucky in the Eyes of Women: Nonhelema Hokolesqua

The below is the script for Season 5, Episode 1 of our podcast, Dime Stories. Listen to the episode on Anchor, Google Podcasts, or Spotify. ‚ÄúStand on the southern bank of the Ohio River at its confluence with the Scioto River in 1758 and watch the Shawnee women pulling weeds and tending crops for theContinue reading “Kentucky in the Eyes of Women: Nonhelema Hokolesqua”

Samplers and Girlhood

Tiffany interprets Elizabeth Gossom Roberts’ sampler, comparing it to a recent interpretation from her forthcoming book.

Meet Jackson Medel, Folk Art Curator

The Kentucky Museum is thrilled to welcome Jackson Medel as the Luce Term Assistant Curator. In this interview, Medel talks about his work.

What’s Happening at the Kentucky Museum?

Welcome to the Spring 2021 term, everyone! We are thrilled to be back on campus, hard at work on new exhibits, programs, and collaborative projects. Already this month, we’ve been hard at work getting ready to open to the public and preparing collaborations with WKU faculty and students. Here’s a roundup of some recent happenings at the Kentucky Museum.

Why the Arts Matter

Tiffany discusses data on why the arts matter to our communities, reflecting on 2020 and the road ahead.


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