Every now and then, students in the FLK 470G Museum Procedures and Preservation Techniques class get to work on a very special project: an exhibit at the Kentucky Museum! From researching the content to writing the labels to mounting the exhibit, students have the chance to get hands-on experience in each part of the exhibit development process. This year, students areContinue reading “Students Curate Exhibit for the KM”
Charles Hurst and Susie Farmer hang 62 Chinese scrolls for the new exhibit, “Exposing Chinese Culture to the World through Art,” which opened this week in the Chinese Learning Center, Helm Library.
I had such a great time at last Friday’s US Bank Art In Take catching up with old friends and seeing lots of great art! Local and professional and amateur artists from the area dropped off their works for entry in the US Bank Art Show. Over three hundred and fifty works of art thisContinue reading “US Bank Art Take In”
Get ready folks, we will be unveiling our White Oak Basket Exhibit this week! Baskets are made all over the world, reflecting the folk communities and environments from which they emerge. For generations of community members in and around Kentucky’s Mammoth Cave region, basketmaking has been a way of life. This exhibit of over 100Continue reading “White Oak Basket Exhibit Opening”
Tuesday, May 31 through Sunday, August 28 – Kentucky Museum Community Gallery Opening reception, open free to the public is Tuesday, May 31st at 1 PM. This exhibit showcases the collaborative work of residents at the Warren Regional Juvenile Detention Center and local artist Alice Gatewood-Waddell. The twelve paintings, each representing a month of theContinue reading “A Vibrant View of Human Rights”