2015—Washburn Sesquicentennial: Buildings We Remember

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Watercolor painting of Rice Hall (1874-1966) by Ken Cooper.
This was the first building on the present campus.

August 24 – September 20, 2015
Sabatini Front Gallery

WU 150th logo final 4C blueRediscover Washburn University‘s campus and see how it has evolved over the last 150 years. Watercolor artist Ken Cooper uses his unique talent to depict many of Washburn University’s historic and memorable buildings. This exhibit is part of Washburn University’s Sesquicentennial celebration.

Multimedia Producer and Visual Artist at the library. Painter of the Kids Library Mural and 3D scapes, Designer of the Learn and Play Bus and AdventureMobile. When not at work you can find me drawing, making stuff out of wood and getting into trouble.