Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs

We Care for the Land: Farm Owners, Sharecroppers, and Migrant Workers in Todd County, Kentucky

Friday, March 12 –
Thursday, March 25, 2010

Carriage Gallery, John Nicholas Brown Center

"We Care for the Land: Farm Owners, Sharecroppers, and Migrant Workers in Todd County, Kentucky"

This is a multimedia exhibit that uses personal interviews and photographs to document some of the community's agricultural and demographic changes, based on material collected by Sarah Gibson last summer during a Royce Research Fellowship. 

Below are times when the exhibit will be running in it's entirety. You are welcome to come to the exhibit any day between 1-4, but the times below are guaranteed to have both wall projections running. 

Location: The exhibit is in the Carriage Gallery, which is attached to the John Nicholas Brown Center on the corner of Benefit and Williams. 

This exhibit has been supported by the Royce Fellows Program and the John Nicholas Brown Center.

Exhibit hours with both projections running:
Friday 3/12 from 11-2
Monday 3/15 from 11-2
Tuesday 3/16 from 11-3
Thursday 3/18 from 12:30-2:30
Friday 3/19 from 2-4
Monday 3/22 from 11-2
Tuesday 3/23 from 11-3
Wednesday 3/24 from 11-2
Thursday 3/25 from 12:30-2:30