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 October 21, 12-1 pm
Lunch & Learn: “The Earliest Roots of Music”, with jazz musician Dick Sisto
Acclaimed jazz musician Dick Sisto will present a description, demonstration and performance of African percussion instruments. This Lunch & Learn program is held in conjunction with our art exhibit Earth-Tones: Art Quilts by Penny Sisto
, on display October 24, 2014 through January 10, 2015. Regular attendees of Carnegie Center opening receptions will recognize Dick from his frequent appearance on vibes (vibraphone) with the Jamey Aebersold Jazz Quartet.
Wednesday, November 19, 12-1 pm
*Note date change to the third Wednesday
Lunch & Learn: “Astronomer Edwin Hubble in New Albany”, with Dr. John R. Hale
Before starting his graduate work in Astronomy at Chicago University in 1914, Edwin Hubble was a popular teacher of Spanish, Physics, and Mathematics at New Albany High School. Dr. John R. Hale, the Director of Liberal Studies at the University of Louisville, is an archaeologist who has conducted fieldwork at sites from the Aegean Sea to the Ohio River Valley and the highland lakes of Guatemala. His writings on archaeology and history include Lords of the Sea
on the links between naval power and democracy in ancient Athens. Dr. Hale presented the program “Exploring Utopia: New Harmony on the Wabash” for Carnegie Center audiences in 2013.
- 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.