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WKU Cultural Enhancement Series

Ladysmith Black Mambazo, photo by Jeff SmithMaster Class provided by Denise Vale of the Martha Graham Dance Company, photo by Bryan LemonSam Bush Band, photo by Jeff SmithMartha Graham Dance Company, photo by Bryan LemonAuthor Neil Gaiman greets WKU students before his on stage interview, photo by William KolbWKU students meet with Nina Totenberg before her lecture at Van Meter, photo by William KolbSam Bush provided a mandolin as part of the Instruments of American Excellence exhibition at the Kentucky Museum. The mandolin was given to Bush from the Americana Music Association as a gift for receiving the lifetime achievement for instrumentalist honor in 2009. Photo by William Kolb.Author and WKU English Prof David Bell interviews author Neil Gaiman on stage at Van Meter, photo by William Kolb

Ladysmith Black Mambazo, photo by Jeff Smith

Master Class provided by Denise Vale of the Martha Graham Dance Company, photo by Bryan Lemon

Sam Bush Band, photo by Jeff Smith

Martha Graham Dance Company, photo by Bryan Lemon

Author Neil Gaiman greets WKU students before his on stage interview, photo by William Kolb

WKU students meet with Nina Totenberg before her lecture at Van Meter, photo by William Kolb

Sam Bush provided a mandolin as part of the Instruments of American Excellence exhibition at the Kentucky Museum. The mandolin was given to Bush from the Americana Music Association as a gift for receiving the lifetime achievement for instrumentalist honor in 2009. Photo by William Kolb.

Author and WKU English Prof David Bell interviews author Neil Gaiman on stage at Van Meter, photo by William Kolb

The WKU Cultural Enhancement Series (CES) provides the campus and community the opportunity to meet some of the nation’s most influential artists and intellectuals.  The goal of the series is to challenge our audiences, to expose them to new ideas, and give them new perspectives on our world.

2016-2017 Schedule:

Anne Lamott on September 27, 2016
Ben Sollee on October 20, 2016
Joel Sartore on November 7, 2016

Sarah Parcak on February 15, 2017

Black Violin on February 21, 2017

David Sedaris on April 22, 2017

All events will be hosted at Van Meter Hall and begin at 7:30 pm CT. Admission is free, no tickets necessary, seating is on a first-come, first-served basis.

Missed an event? Check out photo albums from respective CES events here.

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Contact:

Email: cultural.enhancement@wku.edu

Fine Arts Box Office: 270-745-3121 (12 pm- 4 pm) for event information

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