Participants in the June 23 – June 27 Culture Camp visited four continents in five days by experiencing culture with art, food, dance, games and music of Africa, Asia, Central America, and Europe. Activities included storytelling, weaving, drawing and the construction of totem poles.
Monthly Archives: June 2008
Led by South Central Kentucky potter Davie Reneau, participants in the Kentucky Clay Camp learned techniques of hand building with clay pinch pots, coil and slab work.
Fine art was the theme of the summer camp held the week of June 9th. Kentucky Library & Museum Artist-in-Residence Lynne Ferguson and the summer campers built on their basic drawing, painting, and design skills and used several mediums including watercolor, acrylic paint, collage, and sculpture.
From June 2 through June 6, summer campers explored the history of Kentucky through music, food, dance, and much more.
On May 29, 2008, the Department of Library Technical Services said farewell to longtime cataloger Linda Davis. Linda retired from WKU with 27 years of service and her expertise and contagious laugh will be missed by all. During her reception Linda was presented with several mementos including a lovely rocking chair where she can sit and enjoy her life of leisure. We wish Linda a long and happy retirement.