Main Library Bernheim Gallery: February 8 – 28
A Portrait of Rural Kentucky: Life Along the Ohio River and the Photography of Doris Ulmann
These exhibits feature photographs and stories that capture folk life in Kentucky. The first exhibit, Life Along the River: An Ohio River Portrait, has been condensed from an award-winning, major exhibit produced by the Kentucky Historical Society with funding support from the Kentucky Humanities Council, and includes dozens of photographs and quotes from Kentuckians who have felt the great river's impact in their lives. The second exhibit, Visions of the Rural South: The Photography of Doris Ulmann, includes 32 photographs highlighting life in the rural South from the 1920s and ‘30s by New York City-native Doris Ulmann.
The traveling exhibits are on loan from the Kentucky Historical Society.
Iroquois Library Community Gallery - New exhibit coming soon