A Tribute to BCM Trustee Gary Johnston
Our hearts are broken at Behringer-Crawford Museum as we mourn the sudden death of colleague, teacher, mentor, friend and member of our museum family, Gary Johnston.
A retired Associate Professor of Music at Northern Kentucky University (36-year term), Gary introduced countless students to the sounds of musical excellence by some of the greatest composers of all time. His innate musicality from being a talented trombonist, composer and orchestra director and his passion and enthusiasm for teaching had a profound and lasting impact on his students. He brought out the very best in every musician who performed under his direction.
GCF Awards Behringer-Crawford Museum
Grant to Bring Covington Community Together
Greater Cincinnati Foundation (GCF) has awarded $20,500 to Behringer-Crawford Museum for a Hispanic Culture Collaboration Project. The grant will be used to curate a traveling exhibit, providing cultural equity for Covington’s Latino youth and their families through a direct opportunity to tell their heritage stories and experiences.
"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.