Smithsonian Exhibit - Crossroads

Kentucky Humanities will be sponsoring a tour of the Smithsonian traveling exhibit “Crossroads: Change in Rural America” during 2020-21.

10/17/20 - 11/14/20      Trimble County Public Library, Bedford, KY - Trimble County (District 4)
11/21/20 - 01/02/21      City of Morgantown Community Center, Morgantown, KY - Butler County (District 2)
01/09/21 - 02/13/21      River Discovery Center, Paducah, KY - McCracken County (District 1)
02/20/21 - 04/03/21      Appalachian Center for the Arts in partnership with the City of Pikevilleand the Big Sandy Heritage Museum, Pikeville, KY - Pike County (District 5)
04/10/21 - 05/15/21      South Central Kentucky Cultural Center in partnership with the Mary Wood Weldon Library, Glasgow, KY - Barren County (District 2)
05/22/21 - 06/26/21      Hopewell Museum, Paris, KY - Bourbon County (District 6)
07/03/21 - 07/31/21      Loretto City Hall in partnership with the Loretto Heritage Center, Loretto, KY - Marion County (District 2)
Above are two images from the Crossroads exhibit..

Here is an interview with the Campbell County Public Library when they were hosting a previous Smithsonian Institution traveling exhibit called Hometown Teams.




Hometowns Teams arrived in Kentucky and opened at the Mountain Sports Hall of Fame in Wayland, Kentucky, on Saturday, March 18, 2017. Wayland Mayor Jerry Fultz has been the driving force in bringing the Smithsonian traveling exhibit to Wayland. Hear Mayor Fultz talk about what it means to have the Smithsonian exhibit in the small eastern Kentucky town and give a glimpse of the local exhibit Wayland has put together to accompany the national exhibit.