Planet Indy: Temple Grandin on Visual Thinking and Animal Behavior (Overflow Seating)

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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.

Attend a special reception and book signing with Temple before the evening's talk.

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.

Indianapolis Museum of Art 4000 Michigan Rd., Indianapolis, IN