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INconversation in Indiana: Rock & Roll Tales

June 5, 2013 | By Federal/State Partnership Staff

On June 11th, join Indiana Humanities for an intimate lunchtime chat with one of the country’s preeminent rock and roll scholars about the work of one of the most important bands of all time, The Beatles. Rock and roll historian Glenn Gass will chat with participants about the iconic White Album from The Beatles, as well as delving in to other tales from rock and roll history. Attendees will be immersed in White Album culture as the chat will take place surrounded by the exhibit We Buy White Albums from artist Rutherford Chang, a display that incorporates 761+ White Albums on view at the Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art.

The event is free and open to the public, but registration is required as seating is limited.

INconversation is an Indiana Humanities program that engages a small, intimate group in interesting, engaging, and insightful conversations with some of the nation’s most intriguing thought leaders. This question-and-answer style discussion involves the thought leader, a moderator and the audience.

The Indianapolis Foundation, a CICF affiliate, provided a grant to support the INconversation series.