Facebook Pixel Department of Folk Studies and Anthropology Calendar | Western Kentucky University Skip to main content

Department of Folk Studies and Anthropology Calendar


Week of 9/15 to 9/21

Tuesday, September 17th
7:00pm

Southern Circuit: Gay Chorus Deep South

  • Location: Capitol Arts Center 416 East Main St. Bowling Green, Kentucky
  • Time: 7:00pm

Southern Circuit brings the best of new independent film to communities across the South. South Arts works collaboratively with Screening Partners to expand their programming, provide audiences with the opportunity to meet filmmakers and learn about the art of filmmaking, and encourage community engagement using film as a conduit for discussions about social and community issues. The film shown will be "Gay Chorus Deep South," a film about music, love, and acceptance to communities and individuals confronting intolerance. Admission is FREE. 

Friday, September 20th
All Day

Living Archaeology Weekend

  • Location: Gladie Visitor Center, Stanton, KY
  • Time: All Day

Living Archaeology Weekend is a free, annual, award-winning public outreach event held on the Daniel Boone National Forest in eastern Kentucky. It features demonstrations of Native American and pioneer technologies and lifeways such as flintknapping, spear throwing, pottery making, hide tanning, cooking, Native games and dance, blacksmithing, spinning, weaving, and much more. Friday is reserved for pre-registered school groups. Saturday is open to the public. Anthropology faculty and students from WKU volunteer at the event.

Saturday, September 21st
All Day

Living Archaeology Weekend

  • Location: Gladie Visitor Center, Stanton, KY
  • Time: All Day

Living Archaeology Weekend is a free, annual, award-winning public outreach event held on the Daniel Boone National Forest in eastern Kentucky. It features demonstrations of Native American and pioneer technologies and lifeways such as flintknapping, spear throwing, pottery making, hide tanning, cooking, Native games and dance, blacksmithing, spinning, weaving, and much more. Friday is reserved for pre-registered school groups. Saturday is open to the public. Anthropology faculty and students from WKU volunteer at the event.

All Day

Horse Cave Heritage Festival

  • Time: All Day

WKU Folk Studies graduate students attend and assist with local heritage festival in Horse Cave, Kentucky.

Array
(
    [cal357] => Array
        (
            [view] => week
            [date] => 2019-09-20
            [monthview] => grid
            [mode] => summary
            [categoryid] => All
        )

)

Some of the links on this page may require additional software to view.

 Last Modified 5/20/19