Lunch & Learn
You are invited to "brown bag it" for the Carnegie Center's Lunch & Learn series. Bring your lunch and enjoy an entertaining and educational program on the third Tuesday of each month.
All programs are free and everyone is welcome!
Please note that the Lunch & Learn program has moved to the third Tuesday of each month.
Tuesday, September 15, 12 - 1 pm
Lunch & Learn: The Civil War Illustrations of Captain Adolph G. Metzner, with Michael Peake
Historian and author Michael A. Peake's program will examine a unique selection of original war period artwork created by regiment officer and Louisville resident Captain Metzner, who fashioned a notable collection of over 120 sketches, drawings, and watercolors during his period of service with the First German, 32nd Regiment Indiana Volunteer Infantry in the Western Theater from August 1861-September 1864. His works (at times humorous, at times serious) chronicle the day-to-day life of a soldier's world. Bring your own lunch, drinks are provided. Free, but registration required (812-944-7336).
Wednesday, October 14, 1 - 2 pm
* Please note date and time change
Lunch & Learn: "Jewish Music and Musicians", with Teddy Abrams, Louisville Orchestra
Teddy Abrams, music director of the Louisville Orchestra, will present a lively musical lecture, taking audience members on a tour of Jewish history through music. Beginning with the first Temple in Jerusalem and ending with modern times, Abrams will trace the history of Jewish music and discuss several Jewish musicians influential on the world's musical landscape.
An unusually versatile musician, Teddy Abrams is a widely acclaimed conductor, as well as an established pianist, clarinetist, and composer. Music Director of the Louisville Orchestra and Music Director and Conductor of the Britt Classical Festival, he also serves as Resident Conductor of the MAV Symphony Orchestra in Budapest. Bring your own lunch, drinks are provided. Free, but registration required (812-944-7336).
Tuesday, November 17, 12 - 1 pm
Lunch & Learn: "Photo Treasures from the Indiana Room", with Kaitlyn Markert, Archivist, NA-FC Public Library
The Indiana Room Archives currently house about 15,000 photographs, including albumen prints, gelatin emulsions, gelatin silver prints, Polaroids, card photographs, cabinet cards, postcards, and print-outs of digital photos. More specialized items include glass plate negatives, stereographs, tintypes, daguerreotypes, and ambrotypes. Bring your own lunch, drinks are provided. Free, but registration required (812-944-7336).
- Pre-registration is required (944-7336 or firstname.lastname@example.org).
- Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis.
- Bring along your own lunch, the Carnegie Center will provide drinks.
- Programs will be held at the Carnegie Center, unless otherwise noted.