Kentucky Tradition Lives On at the Kentucky Library and Museum

Please join us for these 2006 Saturday workshops.

Wearable Art
Saturday, February 11, 9 – 12

Express yourself in Wearable Art led by Alice Gatewood Waddell.
Express yourself, Art Deco Style! Surrender your denim goods (e.g. pants, hats, shoes, shorts, skirts, jackets, etc.) and free yourselves.
Funky, fantastic, Fresh wearable art in a workshop with one of Kentucky’s
finest visual artist Alice Gatewood Waddell.
Design for yourself or make great gifts for children, family,or friends!
Registration Fee: $25.

Silk Painting
Saturday, March 11, 10 – 12

Learn the art of Silk Painting with Laura McGee.
Sericulture is an interesting part of Kentucky history. Kentucky Shakers produced silk from 1810 until the end of the Civil War. They taught each other the skills of textile production, which included dying the silk
Laura will teach participants silk painting and design techniques.
Registration Fee: $25

Kentucky Berry Basket
Saturday, April 1, 9 – 4

Taught by award winning basket-maker, Beth Hester. Beth apprenticed with Lestel Childress, 5th generation white oak basket maker from Park City, KY. The Kentucky Berry Basket is a perfect basket for beginners. Students will combine natural and dyed reed materials to create this 8” diameter basket.
Registration Fee: $50

Pre-registration is required and space is limited for all workshops. Registration and fee for the basket-making workshop must be received by March 24 to ensure a workshop space. KLYM Museum Associate Members receive a 15% discount. Registration for at the KYLM website:
For more information contact Christy Spurlock or Lynne Ferguson at 745-6082 or 745-2594, email:

–Lynne Marrs Hammer Ferguson

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