March 11, 2016
Friday Faves: March 11

Connect to links we love, programs we admire, events to look forward to, folks to follow and great work in the public humanities.

We’re highlighting our favorite finds of the week.

Keira, president and CEO:

Kristen, director of communications and development:

Leah, director of programs and community engagement:

  • Does anyone want to take the Mindful Reading Challenge with me? The team at Books@Work committed to read a story, poem or essay every day for three weeks; the observations on how each genre contributed to their awareness of the world are perfectly stated.
  • I definitely want to linger over a cuppa joe at the new Amack’s Well coffeeshop in Batesville. I learned about the rehab project and history of the shop’s unusual name over on the Indiana Landmarks blog, always worth reading.
  • Sometimes I worry about the future of humanity, but then I see something like this marble-powered one-man band and I think the human spirit is alive and well.

Jacqueline Cromleigh, communications manager and program associate:

Nancy Conner, director of grants and Novel Conversations:

Do you have any humanities highlights from this week? We would love to hear from you in the comment section below.

Photo via NPR
Photo via NPR
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Photo via NUVO
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Photo via City of Carmel
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