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VSA arts Bowling Green Side by Side

January 20 - April 12, 2014

The Kentucky Museum and VSA arts of Kentucky are partnering to produce an exhibition of artwork created during VSA arts workshops held at the museum. The exhibit features artwork of students with disabilities, area artists, and the artwork they have created collaboratively. VSA arts of Kentucky is a statewide, non-profit organization dedicated to promoting arts, education and creative expression for all, with an emphasis on persons with disabilities.



 
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Ecuador Unframed: the Art of Oswaldo Guayasamin

February- March, 2015 (dates to be announced)

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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USBank "Celebration of the Arts" Open Art Exhibition

February 28 - April 4, 2015

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.



 
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Summer Camp Art Exhibit

Summer 2015 - dates to be announced

The Kentucky Museum's Summer Art Camps for Kids offer a creative atmosphere and loads of fun for the children who join in the artistic pursuit. This year the museum plans to highlight the work of our young artists by exhibiting pieces made at camp. More information about the summer camps is available on the Kentucky Museum Camps for Kids website.



 
   


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