Thursday Night Book Club
Discussion is free for all; featured exhibition admission applies.
Register by contacting email@example.com or by calling 317-923-1331 ext. 206.
Indy Reads Books is proud to partner with the Thursday Night Book Club and offers a special promotion to participants. By donating one book club selection, participants will be entitled to a 30% discount on their next club purchase.
November 6 | Animal Dreams by Barbara Kingsolver
“Kingsolver achieves a fully realized and profoundly moral vision, one that is rooted in the land and our relationship to it.” — San Francisco Chronicle
In conjunction with Georgia O’Keeffe and the Southwestern Still Life.
January 29 | Amsterdam by Russell Shorto
“Most urban histories focus on bricks and mortar; not this one. Russell Shorto writes engagingly about how a city can engender ideas—order, tolerance, comfort, egalitarianism, entrepreneurship—and in turn be shaped by them. Amsterdam argues convincingly that Western liberalism has been greatly influenced by this small, modest, crazy-yet-conventional place.”
—Witold Rybczynski, author of How Architecture Works: A Humanist’s Toolkit
In conjunction with the European art collection.