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The 1960s Part II: Power to the People

On Exhibit through February 4, 2017

The 1960s Part II: Power to the People

Location: Smoky Hill Museum, Central Gallery
Description: The Smoky Hill Museum’s 1960’s exhibit continues with Part II examining this boisterous time in America with a focus on pop culture. Visitors will be greeted with the colorful side of American culture. Sports, entertainment, music, fashion, arts and literature are not only reflected in the times but helped to serve as a platform for individuals looking to make a statement about the world around them.

The 1960s Part II: Power to the People exhibit is a visual and audio array of 1960’s icons and symbols. From toys, to music, to video clips, many visitors can relive the ‘60s and share it with the younger generations. Test your knowledge with the Culture Vulture quiz; remember love gone by with the Kissing Sounder from KOMA; and watch snippets of your some of your favorite TV shows and movies. From the Beatles to Bond, there will be a little of everything to spark everyone’s interest.

Special Thanks to Our 1960s Exhibit Sponsors:
Richard & Joyce Brown
Earl Bane Foundation
Pronto Print

Contact Information:
Joshua Morris