The Future of New Harmony as a Cultural Town

Join us at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, October 10 at the Atheneum for The Future of New Harmony as a Cultural Town, a panel discussion with local and regional role models. The discussion will be moderated by Tim Black, vice president of development at WNIN Tri-State Public Media, Inc. This event is free, but seating is limited. No registration is required.

Role models include:

James Beeby - dean of the College of Liberal Arts at USI
Annette Buckland - retail entrepreneur and owner of The Mews
Jeremy Efroymson - Efroymson Family Fund
Fred Frayser - president Board of Trustees, Working Men’s Institute
Docey Lewis - artist and cultural entrepreneur
Kent Parker - philanthropist, developer of NH Vision, Bicentennial House
George Rapp - philanthropist, New Harmony Paint-Out
Kent Schuette - professor emeritus of architecture and urban design at Purdue University
Sherrianne Standley - Robert Lee Blaffer Foundation

Thursday, October 10 at 6:30pm to 8:00pm


Atheneum 401 N Arthur St. New Harmony, IN 47631

Event Type

Speaker / Lecture

Audience

Students, Faculty & Staff, General Public, Alumni

Topic

World / Culture

Tags

CoLA, myusi, new harmony, outreach

Website

https://www.usi.edu/outreach/historic...

Department
Outreach and Engagement
Hashtag

#A40

Event Contact Name

Claire Eagle

Event Contact Email

ceagle@usi.edu

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