My Home, My Earth, My Responsibility
When and Where:
Wednesday, November 9, 2016 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
at Unitarian Universalist Church of Indianapolis
615 W. 43rd St., Indianapolis, IN 46208
Jamie Hinson-Rieger, Jesse Kharbanda, Dan Porzel, Sherry F. Queener, Phil Smith, Alex Upchurch
Through exhibits, conversations, and short multi-media presentations, experts in the fields of architecture, aging, and the environment will explore how our choices can help preserve our common home, Earth, for future generations.
Our homes, whether personal residences or the Earth, are interconnected in complex, diverse, fragile, and transient ways. This event explores that intersection by inviting experts from a variety of backgrounds to address the question, “How do we best understand, preserve, and utilize our HOME?” Through a fast-paced, multi-media format utilizing art displays, exhibits, guest presenters, and images this presentation will take participants on a sensory and intellectual journey that begins and ends at “home,” prompting all to consider how to answer the challenge.
The reception area containing art, information, and displays, will open at 6:30pm with presentations beginning at 7pm. Each presentation (6 total) will last 7 to 10 minutes, keeping the evening’s energy vibrant and engaged. Presenters will answer audience questions at the end.
Walk-ins welcome. RSVPs requested.
Presented by Senior Academy of IUPUI, Cedar Street Builders, Eagle Creek Park Foundation, Hoosier Environmental Council, Indianapolis Hiking Club, and Unitarian Universalist Church of Indianapolis.
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