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Sunday February 1st
All Day
2015 Side by Side - through April 12, 2015
Location: Kentucky Museum - Dorothy Grider Gallery
Monday February 2nd
All Day
2015 Side by Side - through April 12, 2015
Location: Kentucky Museum - Dorothy Grider Gallery
Tuesday February 3rd
All Day
2015 Side by Side - through April 12, 2015
Location: Kentucky Museum - Dorothy Grider Gallery
Wednesday February 4th
All Day
2015 Side by Side - through April 12, 2015
Location: Kentucky Museum - Dorothy Grider Gallery
Thursday February 5th
All Day
2015 Side by Side - through April 12, 2015
Location: Kentucky Museum - Dorothy Grider Gallery
Friday February 6th
All Day
2015 Side by Side - through April 12, 2015
Location: Kentucky Museum - Dorothy Grider Gallery
Saturday February 7th
All Day
2015 Side by Side - through April 12, 2015
Location: Kentucky Museum - Dorothy Grider Gallery
9:00am - 4:30pm
Basket Weaving - Summer Shoulder Bag Basket
Location: Kentucky Museum - Education Room
Description:

This Summer shoulder Bag Basket workshop taught by Beth Hester is geared to beginner to intermediate weavers. More Information

2:00pm - 4:00pm
2015 Side By Side Exhibit Opening Reception
Location: Kentucky Museum - Dorothy Grider Gallery
Description:

The Side by Side Exhibit is a collabation with VSA Kentucky. The opening reception is open free to the public.

All Day
Ecuador Unframed
Location: Kentucky Museum
Description:

As part of WKU Year of Country and sponsored by WKU Office of International Programs, the exhibit “Ecuador Unframed: the Art of Oswaldo Guayasamín,” will travel to the Kentucky Museum in February 2015. Guayasamín’s original mural, created in the 1940s as a commission of the Ecuadorean government, depicts Ecuador’s landscapes and people, as well as the country’s hardship, poverty, violence, and social injustice. The collection is divided and organized around three ethnic themes: Indians, mestizos, and blacks. The traveling mural assembles these themes through five movable panels designed to work as a puzzle.

All Day
Ecuador Unframed Opening Reception
Location: Kentucky Museum
Description:

As part of WKU Year of Country and sponsored by WKU Office of International Programs, the exhibit “Ecuador Unframed: the Art of Oswaldo Guayasamín,” will travel to the Kentucky Museum in February 2015. Guayasamín’s original mural, created in the 1940s as a commission of the Ecuadorean government, depicts Ecuador’s landscapes and people, as well as the country’s hardship, poverty, violence, and social injustice. The collection is divided and organized around three ethnic themes: Indians, mestizos, and blacks. The traveling mural assembles these themes through five movable panels designed to work as a puzzle.

Sunday February 8th
All Day
2015 Side by Side - through April 12, 2015
Location: Kentucky Museum - Dorothy Grider Gallery
All Day
Ecuador Unframed
Location: Kentucky Museum
Description:

As part of WKU Year of Country and sponsored by WKU Office of International Programs, the exhibit “Ecuador Unframed: the Art of Oswaldo Guayasamín,” will travel to the Kentucky Museum in February 2015. Guayasamín’s original mural, created in the 1940s as a commission of the Ecuadorean government, depicts Ecuador’s landscapes and people, as well as the country’s hardship, poverty, violence, and social injustice. The collection is divided and organized around three ethnic themes: Indians, mestizos, and blacks. The traveling mural assembles these themes through five movable panels designed to work as a puzzle.

Monday February 9th
All Day
2015 Side by Side - through April 12, 2015
Location: Kentucky Museum - Dorothy Grider Gallery
All Day
Ecuador Unframed
Location: Kentucky Museum
Description:

As part of WKU Year of Country and sponsored by WKU Office of International Programs, the exhibit “Ecuador Unframed: the Art of Oswaldo Guayasamín,” will travel to the Kentucky Museum in February 2015. Guayasamín’s original mural, created in the 1940s as a commission of the Ecuadorean government, depicts Ecuador’s landscapes and people, as well as the country’s hardship, poverty, violence, and social injustice. The collection is divided and organized around three ethnic themes: Indians, mestizos, and blacks. The traveling mural assembles these themes through five movable panels designed to work as a puzzle.

Tuesday February 10th
All Day
2015 Side by Side - through April 12, 2015
Location: Kentucky Museum - Dorothy Grider Gallery
All Day
Ecuador Unframed
Location: Kentucky Museum
Description:

As part of WKU Year of Country and sponsored by WKU Office of International Programs, the exhibit “Ecuador Unframed: the Art of Oswaldo Guayasamín,” will travel to the Kentucky Museum in February 2015. Guayasamín’s original mural, created in the 1940s as a commission of the Ecuadorean government, depicts Ecuador’s landscapes and people, as well as the country’s hardship, poverty, violence, and social injustice. The collection is divided and organized around three ethnic themes: Indians, mestizos, and blacks. The traveling mural assembles these themes through five movable panels designed to work as a puzzle.

Wednesday February 11th
All Day
2015 Side by Side - through April 12, 2015
Location: Kentucky Museum - Dorothy Grider Gallery
All Day
Ecuador Unframed
Location: Kentucky Museum
Description:

As part of WKU Year of Country and sponsored by WKU Office of International Programs, the exhibit “Ecuador Unframed: the Art of Oswaldo Guayasamín,” will travel to the Kentucky Museum in February 2015. Guayasamín’s original mural, created in the 1940s as a commission of the Ecuadorean government, depicts Ecuador’s landscapes and people, as well as the country’s hardship, poverty, violence, and social injustice. The collection is divided and organized around three ethnic themes: Indians, mestizos, and blacks. The traveling mural assembles these themes through five movable panels designed to work as a puzzle.

Thursday February 12th
All Day
2015 Side by Side - through April 12, 2015
Location: Kentucky Museum - Dorothy Grider Gallery
All Day
Ecuador Unframed
Location: Kentucky Museum
Description:

As part of WKU Year of Country and sponsored by WKU Office of International Programs, the exhibit “Ecuador Unframed: the Art of Oswaldo Guayasamín,” will travel to the Kentucky Museum in February 2015. Guayasamín’s original mural, created in the 1940s as a commission of the Ecuadorean government, depicts Ecuador’s landscapes and people, as well as the country’s hardship, poverty, violence, and social injustice. The collection is divided and organized around three ethnic themes: Indians, mestizos, and blacks. The traveling mural assembles these themes through five movable panels designed to work as a puzzle.

Friday February 13th
All Day
2015 Side by Side - through April 12, 2015
Location: Kentucky Museum - Dorothy Grider Gallery
All Day
Ecuador Unframed
Location: Kentucky Museum
Description:

As part of WKU Year of Country and sponsored by WKU Office of International Programs, the exhibit “Ecuador Unframed: the Art of Oswaldo Guayasamín,” will travel to the Kentucky Museum in February 2015. Guayasamín’s original mural, created in the 1940s as a commission of the Ecuadorean government, depicts Ecuador’s landscapes and people, as well as the country’s hardship, poverty, violence, and social injustice. The collection is divided and organized around three ethnic themes: Indians, mestizos, and blacks. The traveling mural assembles these themes through five movable panels designed to work as a puzzle.

All Day
USBank 2015 Celebration of the Arts Entry Form/Fee Due
Location: Kentucky Museum - Gallery A and Kentucky Room
Description:

This competitive art exhibition is open to all professional and amateur artists living in Kentucky within a 65-mile radius of Bowling Green. This exhibit is a wonderful opportunity for regional artists to show their work. For additional information contact Donna Parker at (270) 745-6083 or kymus@wku.edu or view our online site.

Click to enter online

Saturday February 14th
All Day
2015 Side by Side - through April 12, 2015
Location: Kentucky Museum - Dorothy Grider Gallery
All Day
Ecuador Unframed
Location: Kentucky Museum
Description:

As part of WKU Year of Country and sponsored by WKU Office of International Programs, the exhibit “Ecuador Unframed: the Art of Oswaldo Guayasamín,” will travel to the Kentucky Museum in February 2015. Guayasamín’s original mural, created in the 1940s as a commission of the Ecuadorean government, depicts Ecuador’s landscapes and people, as well as the country’s hardship, poverty, violence, and social injustice. The collection is divided and organized around three ethnic themes: Indians, mestizos, and blacks. The traveling mural assembles these themes through five movable panels designed to work as a puzzle.

Sunday February 15th
All Day
2015 Side by Side - through April 12, 2015
Location: Kentucky Museum - Dorothy Grider Gallery
All Day
Ecuador Unframed
Location: Kentucky Museum
Description:

As part of WKU Year of Country and sponsored by WKU Office of International Programs, the exhibit “Ecuador Unframed: the Art of Oswaldo Guayasamín,” will travel to the Kentucky Museum in February 2015. Guayasamín’s original mural, created in the 1940s as a commission of the Ecuadorean government, depicts Ecuador’s landscapes and people, as well as the country’s hardship, poverty, violence, and social injustice. The collection is divided and organized around three ethnic themes: Indians, mestizos, and blacks. The traveling mural assembles these themes through five movable panels designed to work as a puzzle.

Monday February 16th
All Day
2015 Side by Side - through April 12, 2015
Location: Kentucky Museum - Dorothy Grider Gallery
All Day
Ecuador Unframed
Location: Kentucky Museum
Description:

As part of WKU Year of Country and sponsored by WKU Office of International Programs, the exhibit “Ecuador Unframed: the Art of Oswaldo Guayasamín,” will travel to the Kentucky Museum in February 2015. Guayasamín’s original mural, created in the 1940s as a commission of the Ecuadorean government, depicts Ecuador’s landscapes and people, as well as the country’s hardship, poverty, violence, and social injustice. The collection is divided and organized around three ethnic themes: Indians, mestizos, and blacks. The traveling mural assembles these themes through five movable panels designed to work as a puzzle.

Tuesday February 17th
All Day
2015 Side by Side - through April 12, 2015
Location: Kentucky Museum - Dorothy Grider Gallery
All Day
Ecuador Unframed
Location: Kentucky Museum
Description:

As part of WKU Year of Country and sponsored by WKU Office of International Programs, the exhibit “Ecuador Unframed: the Art of Oswaldo Guayasamín,” will travel to the Kentucky Museum in February 2015. Guayasamín’s original mural, created in the 1940s as a commission of the Ecuadorean government, depicts Ecuador’s landscapes and people, as well as the country’s hardship, poverty, violence, and social injustice. The collection is divided and organized around three ethnic themes: Indians, mestizos, and blacks. The traveling mural assembles these themes through five movable panels designed to work as a puzzle.

Wednesday February 18th
All Day
2015 Side by Side - through April 12, 2015
Location: Kentucky Museum - Dorothy Grider Gallery
All Day
Ecuador Unframed
Location: Kentucky Museum
Description:

As part of WKU Year of Country and sponsored by WKU Office of International Programs, the exhibit “Ecuador Unframed: the Art of Oswaldo Guayasamín,” will travel to the Kentucky Museum in February 2015. Guayasamín’s original mural, created in the 1940s as a commission of the Ecuadorean government, depicts Ecuador’s landscapes and people, as well as the country’s hardship, poverty, violence, and social injustice. The collection is divided and organized around three ethnic themes: Indians, mestizos, and blacks. The traveling mural assembles these themes through five movable panels designed to work as a puzzle.

Thursday February 19th
All Day
2015 Side by Side - through April 12, 2015
Location: Kentucky Museum - Dorothy Grider Gallery
All Day
Ecuador Unframed
Location: Kentucky Museum
Description:

As part of WKU Year of Country and sponsored by WKU Office of International Programs, the exhibit “Ecuador Unframed: the Art of Oswaldo Guayasamín,” will travel to the Kentucky Museum in February 2015. Guayasamín’s original mural, created in the 1940s as a commission of the Ecuadorean government, depicts Ecuador’s landscapes and people, as well as the country’s hardship, poverty, violence, and social injustice. The collection is divided and organized around three ethnic themes: Indians, mestizos, and blacks. The traveling mural assembles these themes through five movable panels designed to work as a puzzle.

Friday February 20th
All Day
2015 Side by Side - through April 12, 2015
Location: Kentucky Museum - Dorothy Grider Gallery
All Day
Ecuador Unframed
Location: Kentucky Museum
Description:

As part of WKU Year of Country and sponsored by WKU Office of International Programs, the exhibit “Ecuador Unframed: the Art of Oswaldo Guayasamín,” will travel to the Kentucky Museum in February 2015. Guayasamín’s original mural, created in the 1940s as a commission of the Ecuadorean government, depicts Ecuador’s landscapes and people, as well as the country’s hardship, poverty, violence, and social injustice. The collection is divided and organized around three ethnic themes: Indians, mestizos, and blacks. The traveling mural assembles these themes through five movable panels designed to work as a puzzle.

All Day
Kentucky Museum Closed
Location: Kentucky Museum
Description:

Due to severe weather, the Kentucky Museum will be closed Feb. 20-22.

Saturday February 21st
All Day
2015 Side by Side - through April 12, 2015
Location: Kentucky Museum - Dorothy Grider Gallery
All Day
Ecuador Unframed
Location: Kentucky Museum
Description:

As part of WKU Year of Country and sponsored by WKU Office of International Programs, the exhibit “Ecuador Unframed: the Art of Oswaldo Guayasamín,” will travel to the Kentucky Museum in February 2015. Guayasamín’s original mural, created in the 1940s as a commission of the Ecuadorean government, depicts Ecuador’s landscapes and people, as well as the country’s hardship, poverty, violence, and social injustice. The collection is divided and organized around three ethnic themes: Indians, mestizos, and blacks. The traveling mural assembles these themes through five movable panels designed to work as a puzzle.

All Day
Kentucky Museum Closed
Location: Kentucky Museum
Description:

Due to severe weather, the Kentucky Museum will be closed Feb. 20-22.

9:30am - 12:00pm
Carving Whimsies Workshop
Location: Kentucky Museum - Education Room
Description:

Carving Whimsies Worksop is taught by Chris Radus. More Information

Sunday February 22nd
All Day
2015 Side by Side - through April 12, 2015
Location: Kentucky Museum - Dorothy Grider Gallery
All Day
Ecuador Unframed
Location: Kentucky Museum
Description:

As part of WKU Year of Country and sponsored by WKU Office of International Programs, the exhibit “Ecuador Unframed: the Art of Oswaldo Guayasamín,” will travel to the Kentucky Museum in February 2015. Guayasamín’s original mural, created in the 1940s as a commission of the Ecuadorean government, depicts Ecuador’s landscapes and people, as well as the country’s hardship, poverty, violence, and social injustice. The collection is divided and organized around three ethnic themes: Indians, mestizos, and blacks. The traveling mural assembles these themes through five movable panels designed to work as a puzzle.

All Day
Kentucky Museum Closed
Location: Kentucky Museum
Description:

Due to severe weather, the Kentucky Museum will be closed Feb. 20-22.

Monday February 23rd
All Day
2015 Side by Side - through April 12, 2015
Location: Kentucky Museum - Dorothy Grider Gallery
All Day
Ecuador Unframed
Location: Kentucky Museum
Description:

As part of WKU Year of Country and sponsored by WKU Office of International Programs, the exhibit “Ecuador Unframed: the Art of Oswaldo Guayasamín,” will travel to the Kentucky Museum in February 2015. Guayasamín’s original mural, created in the 1940s as a commission of the Ecuadorean government, depicts Ecuador’s landscapes and people, as well as the country’s hardship, poverty, violence, and social injustice. The collection is divided and organized around three ethnic themes: Indians, mestizos, and blacks. The traveling mural assembles these themes through five movable panels designed to work as a puzzle.

Tuesday February 24th
All Day
2015 Side by Side - through April 12, 2015
Location: Kentucky Museum - Dorothy Grider Gallery
All Day
Ecuador Unframed
Location: Kentucky Museum
Description:

As part of WKU Year of Country and sponsored by WKU Office of International Programs, the exhibit “Ecuador Unframed: the Art of Oswaldo Guayasamín,” will travel to the Kentucky Museum in February 2015. Guayasamín’s original mural, created in the 1940s as a commission of the Ecuadorean government, depicts Ecuador’s landscapes and people, as well as the country’s hardship, poverty, violence, and social injustice. The collection is divided and organized around three ethnic themes: Indians, mestizos, and blacks. The traveling mural assembles these themes through five movable panels designed to work as a puzzle.

Wednesday February 25th
All Day
2015 Side by Side - through April 12, 2015
Location: Kentucky Museum - Dorothy Grider Gallery
All Day
Ecuador Unframed
Location: Kentucky Museum
Description:

As part of WKU Year of Country and sponsored by WKU Office of International Programs, the exhibit “Ecuador Unframed: the Art of Oswaldo Guayasamín,” will travel to the Kentucky Museum in February 2015. Guayasamín’s original mural, created in the 1940s as a commission of the Ecuadorean government, depicts Ecuador’s landscapes and people, as well as the country’s hardship, poverty, violence, and social injustice. The collection is divided and organized around three ethnic themes: Indians, mestizos, and blacks. The traveling mural assembles these themes through five movable panels designed to work as a puzzle.

Thursday February 26th
All Day
2015 Side by Side - through April 12, 2015
Location: Kentucky Museum - Dorothy Grider Gallery
All Day
Ecuador Unframed
Location: Kentucky Museum
Description:

As part of WKU Year of Country and sponsored by WKU Office of International Programs, the exhibit “Ecuador Unframed: the Art of Oswaldo Guayasamín,” will travel to the Kentucky Museum in February 2015. Guayasamín’s original mural, created in the 1940s as a commission of the Ecuadorean government, depicts Ecuador’s landscapes and people, as well as the country’s hardship, poverty, violence, and social injustice. The collection is divided and organized around three ethnic themes: Indians, mestizos, and blacks. The traveling mural assembles these themes through five movable panels designed to work as a puzzle.

9:00am - 3:00pm
US Bank Celebration of the Arts artwork dropoff
Location: Kentucky Museum
Description:

The US Bank Celebration of the Arts exhibition is being postponed one week. Artists can drop off their work Thursday, February 26 from 9am-3pm and Friday, February 27 from 1pm-7pm.  The Vernissage Preview Party [5:30-7:30 paid event] and the Public Reception and Awards Ceremony [7:30-9:30] will be on Friday, March 6th.  The closing date will remain unchanged - Saturday, April 4 - with art scheduled for pickup from 5 to 7 pm.

Friday February 27th
All Day
2015 Side by Side - through April 12, 2015
Location: Kentucky Museum - Dorothy Grider Gallery
All Day
Ecuador Unframed
Location: Kentucky Museum
Description:

As part of WKU Year of Country and sponsored by WKU Office of International Programs, the exhibit “Ecuador Unframed: the Art of Oswaldo Guayasamín,” will travel to the Kentucky Museum in February 2015. Guayasamín’s original mural, created in the 1940s as a commission of the Ecuadorean government, depicts Ecuador’s landscapes and people, as well as the country’s hardship, poverty, violence, and social injustice. The collection is divided and organized around three ethnic themes: Indians, mestizos, and blacks. The traveling mural assembles these themes through five movable panels designed to work as a puzzle.

1:00am - 7:00am
US Bank Celebration of the Arts artwork dropoff
Location: Kentucky Museum
Description:

The US Bank Celebration of the Arts exhibition is being postponed one week. Artists can drop off their work Thursday, February 26 from 9am-3pm and Friday, February 27 from 1pm-7pm.  The Vernissage Preview Party [5:30-7:30 paid event] and the Public Reception and Awards Ceremony [7:30-9:30] will be on Friday, March 6th.  The closing date will remain unchanged - Saturday, April 4 - with art scheduled for pickup from 5 to 7 pm.

Saturday February 28th
All Day
2015 Side by Side - through April 12, 2015
Location: Kentucky Museum - Dorothy Grider Gallery
All Day
Ecuador Unframed
Location: Kentucky Museum
Description:

As part of WKU Year of Country and sponsored by WKU Office of International Programs, the exhibit “Ecuador Unframed: the Art of Oswaldo Guayasamín,” will travel to the Kentucky Museum in February 2015. Guayasamín’s original mural, created in the 1940s as a commission of the Ecuadorean government, depicts Ecuador’s landscapes and people, as well as the country’s hardship, poverty, violence, and social injustice. The collection is divided and organized around three ethnic themes: Indians, mestizos, and blacks. The traveling mural assembles these themes through five movable panels designed to work as a puzzle.

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