The Kentucky Museum - Student Exhibits
April 19 - September 15, 2021
Using a time capsule approach to the stylistic attributes of the era, Honors students from Professor Shura Pollatsek's THEA 323 Period Styles in Design class give insight into the 1960s and Mid-Century Modernism.
Folk Studies 470G, Museum Prochedures/Preservation
Dr. Michael Ann Williams
Spring of 2017 students in FLK/ANTH 470 and FLK 470G created the “Korea Through Kentucky Eyes” exhibit as part of the International Year of South Korea.
Folk Studies 470G, Museum Procedures/Preservation
2012 Museum Procedures and Preservation Techniques Class
Art 496, Gallery Studies
Dr. Johnston Akuma-Kalu Njoku
This exhibit traces the journeys of people and objects across space and time. Beginning in the 18th C transatlantic slave trade.
Summer 2018 - Spring 2019
Instructor: Natalie Tyree
These 32 posters were designed by students in Natalie Tyree's Art 331 class. Their works celebrate the visual and historic character of Downtown Bowling Green. More Information
Exhibit & Performance
Professor Shura Pollatsek
Performed November 2015