An evening of talks about why wild places matter. This event is part of a new quarterly series hosted by Kentucky Natural Lands Trust in partnership with 21c Museum Hotel and West Sixth Brewing. Talks will cover conservation, art, health, and the economy; the evening will also include a poetry reading and musical performance.
This is a free event open to the public. The program will begin at 6:45 pm. Come early and stay late to socialize. Featured speakers, poet, and musician:
Bobbie Ann Mason, a Southern United States novelist, short story writer, essayist, and literary critic from Kentucky
Meg Hanrahan, a filmmaker and Adjunct Professor at the UC Electronic Media Communications Department. Meg will be discussing E. Lucy Braun, one of the most prominent ecologists of our region and who is from Cincinnati.
Rachel Singel, Assistant Professor at Hite Art Institute in the Fine Arts department
Dr. Vikas Mehta, UC Associate Professor for the School of Planning at the College of DAAP
Emily White, Owner of Roads Rivers and Trails
Margaret Darling & Homage (CVG)