- Sunday, January 19, 1 – 2 pm
Outside the Windows with Father Patrick Dolan
Father Patrick Dolan presents in-depth information about the two elegant stained-glass windows in the Tapestry Gallery. These windows are originally from Park Abbey in Leuven Belgium, a city rich in history with a 60,000 student university that dates back to the early 1400s. FREE as part of Sunday Showcase.
- Thursday, January 30, 1:30 – 2:30 pm
General Member Curator Talk with Erika Holmquist-Wall
Members are invited to join Mary & Barry Bingham Sr., Curator of European & American Painting & Sculpture Erika Holmquist-Wall for a tour of the Museum’s latest special exhibition, Tales from the Turf: The Kentucky Horse, 1825 – 1950. Space is limited, access restricted to members only.
- Friday, February 7, 6 – 7 pm
Public Tour of Tales from the Turf with the Experts
Erika Holmquist-Wall, exhibition curator, will lead a tour with special guest Maryjean Wall, author of How Kentucky Became Southern: A Tale of Outlaws, Horse Thieves, Gamblers, and Breeders. FREE with admission.
- Sunday, February 9, 2 – 3 pm
The Romantic Virtuoso with Curator Patrick Noon
Patrick Noon, Elizabeth MacMillan Chair of Paintings at the Minneapolis Institute of Art, will examine crucial relationships between the masters of the French and British schools, in particular the group of innovative painters who worked in the orbit of Théodore Géricault, Eugène Delacroix, and Richard Parkes Bonington. FREE as part of Sunday Showcase.
- Sunday, February 16, 1 – 2:30 pm
Black Horse Men of Kentucky with Dr. Katherine Mooney
A presentation exploring the history of the Black Horse Men of Kentucky with Dr. Katherine Mooney, Associate Professor of History at Florida State University. FREE as part of Sunday Showcase.
- Friday, February 28, 6 – 7 pm
History of Kentucky Horse Farms
Join us in Tales from the Turf: The Kentucky Horse for an in-depth gallery talk about the history of Kentucky horse farms with a panel of local owners including Walker Hancock, Benny Bell Williams, and John Phillips. FREE with admission.