Art Makers: The Oral History of Public Art in Kentucky

The Oral History of Public Art in Kentucky documents the relationship between public art, public artists, and their communities. Public art is a visual representation of the significant history, heritage, aesthetic, and cultural values of a community. The collection contains fifty-seven oral histories of Kentucky sculptors, muralists, architects, glass artists, blacksmiths, woodcarvers, jewelers, luthiers, batik artists, weavers, and basket makers.

 

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