One More Day!

Western Kentucky University students head back to campus tomorrow after their Fall Break to continue their studies! With that being said, that also means that we are one day away from our Fall Break Camp at the museum!


The campers for this fall will be exploring three of the new exhibits that the museum has recently opened. Two of the exhibits have to do with the WKU International Year of South Africa (The Life of Nelson Mandela and Reminders of South Africa: The Nancy Baird Collection,) and the other is called Happy Signs. Happy Street Signs is putting a positive spin on street signage.

The campers will use these exhibits as inspiration for making a quilt square, working collectively on a mural, doing wire weaving, bead work, printmaking, and designing their own Happy Street Signs!

Luckily for us, it looks like the weather this week will be clearing up just in time for the campers to take a look at WKU’s outdoor sculptures as well!

We invite children ages 6-12 to join us next week for the Fall Break camp. Members pay $110 to send their children, while non-members will pay just $125. Camp hours run from 8:30 AM to 12 PM with a snack break included around 10:15 every morning.

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We hope to see your children this week and can’t wait to get started!

Happy Fall, ya’ll!


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Published by kentuckymuseumwku

The Kentucky Museum is located in the Kentucky Building on the campus of Western Kentucky University. The Museum houses several changing exhibits. There are a variety of partnerships, services, opportunities, workshops, camps and other outreach provided to the public each year.

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