Members’ Reception: To formally open “The Political Posters and Political Memorabilia of Fred Hester, 1880-2016″ exhibit now in the Wormald Building there will be a party for KYGMC members from 4:30 to 6 on Friday, September 23rd. The exhibit will be on view through November 9th. “Trilobite Treasures” will be in the Changing Exhibits Gallery…
The Catherine Palace
Jan. 26 to June 9 The 1:12-scale miniature inspired by the famed Russian palace in St. Petersburg now resides in the KSB Miniatures Collection! Created by British miniaturist Robert Dawson and donated by collector Carole Kaye, this one-of-a-kind art piece features six furnished rooms and will be displayed with full-size Russian art pieces and artifacts in…
Nature’s Numbers Held Over
The Nature’s Numbers exhibit from the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia will be available for education and enjoyment through January 16th.
The Museum will be closed December 24, 25, and January 1 in addition to the usual Sunday and Monday closings. We will close at 3 PM on New Year’s Eve. On December 26 and January 2 the Museum will be open, but the library will be closed. Happy Holidays!
Saturday Seminar – November 14
KSB Miniatures at the Kentucky Gateway Museum Center By Kaye Savage Browning November 14, 2015 10:30 AM You are invited to hear Mrs. Kaye Browning share her personal story of how she began collecting miniatures and stories behind her collection. Enjoy a tour guided by Mrs. Browning as she does a “show and tell” through…
KENTUCKY GATEWAY MUSEUM CENTER will host Free SATURDAY SEMINAR (Monthly seminars on various topics) History of Browning Manufacturing By Louis Browning NOTE DATE CHANGE September 19, 2015 10:30 AM Mr. Louis Browning will relate the history of the “Pulley” from its beginnings in 1886 through his departure mid-June 1971. …
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MCHS 2015 Senior Art Exhibit
The Kentucky Gateway Museum Center is once again hosting the Mason County High School Annual Senior Art Exhibit. The exhibit is currently on display and will be available for viewing until the end of May. This exhibit features over 100 works from the very talented class of 2015 including many award winning pieces.
MCHS Exhibit: PERSPECTIVES
The Mason County High School art students are currently exhibiting photography from class and individual projects at KGMC, through February.