Paducah native Julian Carroll spent 60 years in public service for the people of Kentucky, including a term as governor. This exhibit highlights his political career and provides an overview of his major accomplishments.
This digital companion to our spring 2021 loan from the Smithsonian, Voices and Vote: Democracy in America, highlights local activists from Murray who struggled to build a fairer, better country. Many thanks to Kentucky Humanities for supporting our efforts.
Come at Once, Fannie is Dead: an exhibit by Roy B. Davis, Jr.
Wrather Museum offered the final showing of this poignant exploration of transgenerational grief from a talented local artist and coffin maker in October 2021. Davis is the husband of well-known local writer Constance Alexander.