Here’s some of our past exhibitions. Click on a tile for more on that exhibit.
Explore two significant events that affected the Berea College community during World War I.
Berea student, and LJAC student employee, Ciara Felty selected five images that unpack some of her journey as an Appalachian.
A Journey Through Four Lands, photos by Libby Jones
A reflection on Appalachian protagonists throughout children’s literature, featuring characters from more than six Appalachian states.
Mail-order shopping in America
Considering Kindred Lands presents two bilingual banner exhibitions originally prepared for the Appalachian-Carpathian International Conferences held in Ukraine in 2013 and 2017.
The Places Between Photographs by Greta McDonough
All students at Berea College have worked in the Student Labor Program since its official beginning in 1906.
In underground coal mines, stickers on helmets, lunch pails, and equipment deliver messages, allow miners to personalize their environment, and increase safety.
Seventeen tintype photographs of contemporary Appalachian folk musicians, primarily from Kentucky.
Highlighting several recent additions to the Appalachian Studies Teaching Artifacts Collection that relate to dance, music, and sound.
Grow Appalachia staff show just how much food can be produced in a 3ft. by 7ft. raised bed garden.
Introducing eight interesting cryptids found in Appalachian and Kentucky folklore and literature.
Participants explored the southwest landscape of deserts, mountains, and canyons through photography and creative writing.
Berea student Sarah Carr selected five images of places connected to her hometown, Sever County, Tenn.
Four Berea College students each created a poster about their chunk of the East Tennessee world