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Kurt Nicaise sculpture created by students Heritage Sculpture Project students

The Behringer-Crawford Museum in Covington’s Devou Park aims to be not only the keeper of Northern Kentucky’s past, but also a builder of the community’s future. Its “Kentucky Heritage Sculpture Project: Arts Access for All” program let art students from area high schools collaborate with area artists to build a piece of sculpture to be exhibited on the museum grounds. Under the guidance of Kurt Nicaise, and with help from a Louisville forge, the students worked throughout a semester to conceptualize, design, build, and install their collective work of art.


Program 729

The final segment in the three-part series “The Future of Classical Music,” featuring soprano Laquita Mitchell; the Kentucky Heritage Sculpture Project at Covington’s Behringer-Crawford Museum; and music by Lexington power pop trio Stego. (#729)

Program 741

The final segment in the three-part series “The Future of Classical Music,” featuring soprano Laquita Mitchell; the Kentucky Heritage Sculpture Project at Covington’s Behringer-Crawford Museum; and music by Lexington power pop trio Stego. (#741)

Program 809

Ice sculptor Pat Madden, sand sculptor Damon Farmer, a look at the Kentucky Heritage Sculpture project in northern Kentucky, traditional Chinese music and dancing from Binian Tao and Leda Wu, and a performance from Louisville pop band, Valley. (#809)





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