The Richardson Quilt Gallery will close so the staff can install "Face & Places" which opens at 9 am on Saturday, November 16. Mounted in celebration of Founder's Day, the exhibit features quilts that include representations of people or reflect a sense of place. These effects are achieved through traditional quilting techniques, embroidery work, and the creative use of printed textiles.
On Friday, November 8 at 3 PM Dr. Molly McCaffrey will be holding a registration and iCAP workshop for students in Cherry Hall 102.
This workshop is for students who are not used to using iCAP or who have not registered for classes on their own; usually these are students who are new to WKU (freshmen and transfer students), but the workshop is open to all English majors and minors – no matter what track they are in.