Tuesday, November 4 has a lot going for it.
For one, there’ll be $2.00 pints and $6.66 growler refills of Elector at both NABC locations. That’s because it’s also the day for an election, a word owing most of its rapidly diminishing local significance to $2.00 pints and $6.66 growler refills of Elector at both NABC locations.
And then there’s the Carnegie Center’s second “talk & walk” about sustainability with Claude Stephens of the Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest.
But it gets EVEN BETTER. Both before and after the walk, you can enjoy $2.00 pints and $6.66 growler refills of Elector at Bank Street Brewhouse, providentially located RIGHT ACROSS THE STREET from the Carnegie Center.
The overview is below; go here for more.
We are happy to be working with Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest (www.bernheim.org) to present the Public Art Project theme of sustainability in 2015 and a series of related programs, including this one.
On Tuesday November 4, from 6:00-7:30 pm, beginning at the Carnegie Center, the public is invited to our second “talk & walk” about sustainability with Claude Stephens of Bernheim. Claude will lead an informal chat about sustainability and regenerative design with a focus on ecology. We will then take our conversation into downtown New Albany by dividing into groups to visit the sites for the 2015 public artworks near the Carnegie Center. Each group will consider their site from a sustainability perspective and then we will gather back at the Carnegie Center to share our observations. Come help us envision a future where we live in better agreement with nature as we explore a shift from sustainable to regenerative thinking. Claude Stephens is the Facilitator of Outreach and Regenerative Design at Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest. As an ecologist and educator Claude is excited about a future where ecology and economy work in partnership.