Planet Indy: Temple Grandin on Visual Thinking and Animal Behavior

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Bremner Photo

Author, scientist, and animal welfare advocate Temple Grandin brings a unique perspective to the IMA’s Planet Indy series. She describes visual ways of processing experience and how her own thinking as a person living with Autism led her to become the designer of more humane livestock handling facilities throughout North America. The animals in these facilities are calm and comfortable; they die a swift, painless death. The result is meat that many experts believe to be healthier for the people who consume it. Grandin’s best-selling books include Thinking in Pictures, Animals in Translation and Animals Make Us Human. The 2010 HBO film biography, Temple Grandin, recently won seven Emmy Awards.

Teachers attending this program are eligible for PGP points.

As this event is sold out, carpooling is encouraged. A shuttle will be provided from the Interchurch Center (1100 W 42nd St) from 5:30-10:30 pm for those able to park off-site.

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