The 2016 induction ceremony honors Bobbie Ann Mason, James Lane Allen, Harlan Hubbard, Alice Hegan Rice, and Jean Ritchie.
This program traces the career of Merle Travis, the Kentucky guitarist and songwriter best known for his songs “Sixteen Tons” and “Dark as a Dungeon” and his unique finger-picking style.
The 2015 induction ceremony features comments by Wendell Berry and readings of works by other inductees.
History comes alive with the Kentucky Humanities Council’s Chautauqua program.
Celebrating its 50th year, the renowned repertory theater has become a local institution with a national reputation. With an emphasis on new American plays and a strong apprenticeship program, run for years by Jon Jory, the theater has launched numerous careers.
This profile of artist Dale Daniel Leys explores his inspiration from nature and science, his work as a professor at Murray State University, and the diverse works he has created over a career spanning more than 40 years.
A performance and interview with Appalatin, a Kentucky-based musical group whose music fuses Latin and Appalachian styles, creating an upbeat and eclectic sound.