Louisville: Politics and Elections
Images from the collections.
End of April - September, 2000
Project Vote Smart
Project Vote Smart is a nonpartisan project to encourage young people to vote and to do it "smartly" via education about candidates and issues.
March - November
Photographic Archives Gallery
The Whirling Tiger of the Air: A Century of Louisville Tornados
March 6 - May 26
Rare Books Gallery
Works of Charles Dickens - an exhibition in memory of William F. Axton
March 15 through June 15
Belknap and Covi Galleries
Hite Art Institute Student Exhibition
March 24 - April 14
Methemoglobinemia: the blue people of Troublesome Creek, Kentucky
For several generations, some residents of Troublesome Creek have been known as "blue people" because, due to a recessive disorder, their skin has a blue cast, described as the color of an Oxford blue shirt.
April - June 1
Grawemeyer Award for Music Composition
A first-floor display features Composer Thomas Ades who received the 2000 Grawemeyer award for his orchestral work Asyla.
April 1 - 30
A first-floor display features works of Music School faculty from the following departments: Music Education, Music History and Music Theory/Composition.
March 13 – April 21