Location: Kentucky Building, 2nd Floor outside of Jackson Gallery
Features colorful contemporary artifacts from Ecuador an several research items, including 2 letters from the Rumsing Wing, U.S. Ambassoardor to Ecuador in 1870.
Location: IWFAC Corridor Gallery
Dr. David M. Coffey was the driving force behind developing the WKU Year of Ecuador. Through art objects, personal stories and photographs, this exhibition celebrates “Doc” Coffey’s connection to Ecuador, the many students he influenced with his study abroad programs, and the way in which he developed lasting links between Ecuador and wider WKU community. Curated by Professor Kristina Arnold’s Gallery Studies class.
Location: SH - SH B104
Description: Super Saturday
Location: TCCW - TCCW 0137B
Description: Super Saturdays
Location: GRH - GRH 1003
Location: SC - SC C0213
Location: SH - SH 4114
Location: GLAS - GLAS 0267
Description: Speech Contest with students delivering presentations
Location: DSU - DSU 3029
Location: GWH - GWH 0100
Description: At one time, the Zobeings and Wululanders lived in harmony and the world was filled with the most beautiful gardens. But now that war has broken out, there's only rubble. Lily is a child of both worlds and the last hope for peace. Watch what happens when Lily plants the first garden to be seen in centuries. Ticketing: http://wku.showare.com. Best suited for ages 5 and up.
Location: FAC - FAC 0300
Location: DSU - DSU 3023
Location: DSU - DSU 2084
Location: FAC - FAC 0189
Location: VMH - VMH 0108
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