WKU Folk Studies to offer several programs on Korean folklife

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Basket Demonstration December 4th

Join us this Sunday, Dec. 4th for a White Oak Basketmaking Demonstration at the Mammoth Cave National Park Visitor Center from 12-3pm. We're pleased to have white oak basketmakers Scott Gilbert and Beth Hester along with willow and honeysuckle basketmakers Charles, Charlene, and Brandon Long joining us to talk about their craft. This is a … Continue reading Basket Demonstration December 4th

Upcoming Hammer-In on 10/8

Sam Stoner is a blacksmith from Allen County, KY who specializes in fixed blades, tomahawks, and friction folders in carbon steel and Damascus. Each piece is crafted in a traditional manner using no electricity or motors. Join us at the Kentucky Museum on 10/8 and talk to Sam and other local metal workers about their … Continue reading Upcoming Hammer-In on 10/8

Travel Exhibit Panels on Display at Taylor Co. Public Library

In early 2014, KFP began working on a set of exhibit panels discussing Kentucky’s white oak basket-making tradition. Funded by a recently awarded NEA ArtWorks grant, these free-standing, 3′ x 7′ retractable panels incorporate images of basket-makers, their work, and the life narratives of these artists to help contextualize this important local tradition for a … Continue reading Travel Exhibit Panels on Display at Taylor Co. Public Library

Traveling Exhibit Panels in Glasgow

In early 2014, KFP began working on a set of exhibit panels discussing Kentucky’s white oak basket-making tradition. Funded by a recently awarded NEA ArtWorks grant, these free-standing, 3′ x 7′ retractable panels incorporate images of basket-makers, their work, and the life narratives of these artists to help contextualize this important local tradition for a … Continue reading Traveling Exhibit Panels in Glasgow

Traveling Exhibit Panels Moving On

In early 2014, KFP began working on a set of exhibit panels discussing Kentucky’s white oak basketmaking tradition. Funded by a recently awarded NEA ArtWorks grant, these free-standing, 3′ x 7′ retractable panels incorporate images of basketmakers, their work, and the life narratives of these artists to help contextualize this important local tradition for a … Continue reading Traveling Exhibit Panels Moving On

Paddy Bowman Visits WKU

KFP and the Department of Folk Studies & Anthropology are excited to welcome Paddy Bowman, director of Local Learning: The National Network for Folk Arts in Education, to Western for a short residency during the month of April. In addition to working with students and faculty, Bowman will give a public presentation entitled "Dress to Express" … Continue reading Paddy Bowman Visits WKU