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WKU Cultural Enhancement Series

Michio Kaku at WKU. Photo by Jeff Smith.

Mummenschanz at WKU. Photo by Bryan Lemon.

Abigail Washburn of the Wu Force, during a special WKU student session.

Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra featuring Wynton Marsalis. Photo by Bryan Lemon.

Soledad O'Brien during a special student session before her lecture at WKU. Photo by Bryan Lemon.

Selfie with Bill Nye. Photo by William Kolb.

Michio Kaku during his lecture at WKU. Photo by Jeff Smith.

The Northern Kentucky Brotherhood performes at DSU for the Kentucky Glory gospel music event. Photo by Bryan Lemon.

WKU students visit with Nina Totenberg before her lecture. Photo by William Kolb/Special to Potter College

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.

2015-2016 Schedule:

Sam Bush- September 12, 2015- co-presented by the Kentucky Folklife Program at WKU

Nina Totenberg- September 21, 2015

Neil Gaiman- October 6, 2015

Martha Graham Dance Company- February 3, 2016

Ladysmith Black Mambazo- February 10, 2016

 All events will be hosted at Van Meter Hall and begin at 7:30 pm CT.  Admission is free.

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

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