Sadly, the Frazier has been closed to the public for a while now, and the Suffrage Exhibit prepped to open this month, "What Is A Vote Worth?", has been postponed. SOOO instead we have pivoted to provide new artistic and educational content on the website, so you can still get your dose of history in quarantine.
Here we are making videos on WLKY!
And you can see the Frazier Virtual Museum here, with new things (videos, artifacts, student artwork) added every day, Monday through Friday:
Yaaay! A new episode of The Past and the Curious! I'm grateful to be part of this month's release: in honor of Women's History Month, this episode is all about Amelia Bloomer, and Tillie Anderson - the women's world champion of cycling!
Speaking of women's rights, check out the exhibit at the Frazier Museum opening March 19 called "What is a Vote Worth?". I'm performing a historical interpretation of Tillie with a real 1890s Thistle - the same bike she rode!
I'm excited to be working on a devised ensemble piece for the new "Art Makes Home" festival produced by Kentucky Refugee Ministries. I'm teaming up with Zach and Deva of Mary Shelley Electric Company to honor the stories of local refugees.
Check out their work:
More details soon. Show opens in May!