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Gelli Printmaking workshopUS Bank Show call for entriesWomen & Quilting as a Political ArtQuilt Squares with the GreeksChristmas in Kentucky activitiesSam Bush unveils MandolinMuseums Class exhibitResidual Unseen stagesMartin Luther King exhibit

Gelli printmaking workshop taught by Missi Carini

Dr. Saundra Ardrey makes a presention on the topic of "Women & Quilting as a Political Act"

Greeks create quilt squares inspired by Nelson Mandela's life or ones which reflect leadership themes

Christmas in Kentucky activities

Sam Bush unveils his mandolin in the "Instruments of American Excellence" exhibit and participates in a narrative stage at the Kentucky Museum. Photos courtesy of William Kolb.

WKU students enrolled in ART 496: Special Topics: Gallery Studies & FLK/ANTH 470G: Museum Procedures and Preservation Techniques incorporate Kentucky Museum artifacts & WKU Library Special Collections materials into mini-case exhibits in the Ivan Wilson Corridor Gallery

Residual Unseen (reverence for lost voices) event, a collaboration of Potter College of Arts and Letters, Departments of Music and Art, and the Kentucky Museum

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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