The Kentucky Museum - Student Exhibits
Coral Reef is a large-scale, collaborative printmaking installation created by 47 students enrolled in Associate Professor Marilee Salvator’s Printmaking Relief and Screenprinting classes in the Department of Art and Design during Fall 2019, Fall 2021 and Spring 2022 semesters. This second print installation at the museum explores the marine biome.
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.
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 (Fall 2020) give insight into the 1960s and Mid-Century Modernism. This small display includes several examples of clothing, furniture and artwork of the period.
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