HVAC renovations scheduled from September 16 to October 31 may impact the climate control throughout the museum and/or require some exhibition galleries to close. To learn more about the gallery schedule before your visit, call 270-745-2592.
Location: Kentucky Museum - Dorothy Grider Gallery
Time: 9:00am - 4:00pm
The Kentucky Folklife Program Archives is a rich repository of materials documenting the folklife of Kentucky's people. Recently transferred from the Kentucky Historical Society in Frankfort to WKU's Kentucky Building, the Archives is now part of the Building's Manuscripts & Folklife Archives unit. To celebrate this move and to showcase the collection's depth and diversity, the Kentucky Museum and Manuscripts & Folklife Archives have developed an exhibition featuring fifty representative photographs selected from the thousands of images housed in the collection. We are excited about adding this rich resource to our research collections.
In this classic American children’s play, a young girl learns important lessons about life and during an encounter with world’s greatest dancing bear. Blending pathos and humor, fantasy and reality, this poignant tale will touch your heart.
Location: Southern Kentucky Performing Arts Center
See Hal Holbrook perform his Tony Award winning one man show, Mark Twain Tonight. The material is gleaned from Mark Twain writings and reveals Hal Holbrook's rare ability to portray both the wit and wisdom of this country's finest author.
SKYPAC is offering a 15% discount and the opportunity to get priority seating for groups of 15 or more.