The Bowling Green Gallery Hop
When: Recurring Event. Show all occurrences
Fri, Jun. 6, 2014 @ 5:00pm - 9:00pm
Fri, Aug. 8, 2014 @ 5:00pm - 9:00pm
Fri, Oct. 17, 2014 @ 5:00pm - 9:00pm
Fri, Dec. 5, 2014 @ 5:00pm - 9:00pm
Where: Kentucky Museum
The galleries, museums and studio centers from around the city invite the public to join them for the 6th annual Bowling Green Gallery Hop. Five Friday evenings out of the year gallery doors will be open to everyone to tantalize their creative senses with great original art. We encourage art enthusiasts and the newly inquisitive to mark your calendars and fill your Friday evenings with artful inspiration. Take this opportunity to observe, ask questions and enjoy getting acquainted with area artists and our city’s gallery locations.
2013 Venues include:
Artistic Soul Studio
B & J Gallery, with new location is back again on the Hop this year.
Candle Makers on the Square
Christ Episcopal Church
Ellis Walker Gallery
Gallery 916 in their new location
Ingen Art Gallery
The Pots Place Co-op
The Presbyterian Church
Pushin Building Artists Studio
SKyPAC, with galleries at two locations
For location information, visit the Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/BGgalleryHop or pick up an informative brochure at the Visitors Bureau, 352 Three Springs Road or Capitol Arts Center, 416 East Main Street in Bowling Green. Contact Robin Gentry at B&J Gallery by phone at 270-842-380 for more.
The 2013 Gallery Hops will be on: March 22, June 7, August 9, October 25 and December 6.
If you think the Bluegrass state is only horses and bourbon, then step into this 80,000 sq. ft. museum dedicated to the history of Southern Kentucky. Housed in the historic Kentucky Building, highlights include the new Instruments of American Excellence exhibit featuring Tony Hawk, Jimmy Carter, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Sandra Day O’Conner, and many other famous Americans who have used ordinary objects to do extraordinary things.
In the dynamic Civil War exhibit titled "A Star in Each Flag: Conflict in Kentucky," visitors can walk through a simulated campsite, view a fabricated slave cabin and original copy of Uncle Tom’s Cabin, and examine period artifacts including John Hunt Morgan's saddle, weapons and more.
Then explore some sweet history in the “Recommended by Duncan Hines” exhibit and follow the career of the Bowling Green native from traveling salesman to esteemed restaurant critic to cake-mix king. Other exhibits include The Snell-Franklin Decorative Arts Gallery featuring decorative arts from Egyptian - 1970s, the world-renowned collection in the Elizabeth Richardson Quilt Gallery, Roads, Rails and Rivers: Warren County Then and Now, and the Felts Log House.
Don't miss the Museum Store featuring Kentucky-made items like gourmet sauces, reproduction jewelry, Chenille Teddy Bears, pottery, woven rugs, and more.
The Kentucky Room, located on the 2nd floor of the museum, has 3,000 sq. ft. and can hold 200 banquet or theatre style and 400 reception style. The Garden Gallery holds 30 banquet style.
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Bowling Green, Kentucky 42101