NKY History Hour Returns! Does Your Home Have History?
Wednesday, Jan. 12, 6:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m.
If your walls could talk, what stories would they share? What secrets may lie behind a few coats of chipped paint?
Older homes seem to have a certain mystique to them that fascinates new homeowners searching for a hidden history behind its previous inhabitants.
Curator's Chat: William Goebel
Politician, lawyer, reformer, governor - all words that people have used to describe political leader William Justus Goebel. Join BCM Curator of Collections Jason French as he shares more Northern Kentucky history on this very influential Covington native. Then, learn more about the life of Goebel with Robert Schrage and John Schaaf in this "NKY History Hour."
"Here I Am: Making Photographs with Malcolm Wilson"
Renowned Appalachian Photographer Profiled in BCM Documentary
A pioneer in digital photography, Malcolm Wilson documents the lives, culture and indomitable spirit of people living, playing, working and surviving in Kentucky’s rugged Central Appalachian Mountains. His gritty black and white photographs, accompanied by conversations with his subjects, tell the stories of the diverse inhabitants of Appalachia, from sooty-faced coal miners to sun-scorched farmers to children clutching musical instruments.
Share Your Story and Become a Part of NKY History
Behringer-Crawford Museum is inviting Northern Kentuckians to share their personal stories in “Behind the Mask: NKY in the Pandemic,” a historical documentary of life when COVID-19 brought everyday life to a standstill.