September 16, 2016
Friday Faves: Sept. 16

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

Looking for some fantastic humanities finds? Check out our Friday Faves.

Kristen Fuhs Wells, director of communications and development:

  • If you’re near Indy, check out Libreria Donceles at Big Car’s Listen Hear space (2620 Shelby St.) in the Garfield Park neighborhood. The pop-up exhibit / Spanish-language used book store is a funky attention to the city. It only runs until Oct. 22 and takes donations only for book purchases.

  • The National Endowment for the Arts recently released data on arts audience participation by state. While not directly covering our humanities fields, there is some crossover (i.e., the percentage who read literature). Check out how Indiana compares with the nation.

George Hanlin, director of grants:

Bronwen Fetters, executive assistant and program associate:

Keira Amstutz, president and CEO:

  • In honor of Constitution day, here’s a brief history of the pocket Constitution.
  • Check out Welcoming Table, a food festival celebrating international inclusion, designed to raise awareness of the contributions made by foreign-born chefs to Indy’s local food scene.

Jacqueline Cromleigh, communications and community relations manager:

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

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