ACRL National Conference attendees and FTRF members and friends in & around Indianapolis are invited to this Meet & Greet! There's no charge to attend, refreshments are provided. (Note: You do not need to RSVP - you can just show up!)
This is a great opportunity to relax after a hard day's conferencing; to check out this unique library; and to learn more about the Freedom to Read Foundation - what we're up to, why FTRF matters to academic libraries, and why YOU should become a member!
About the Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library
The Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library is a public-benefit, nonprofit organization championing the literary, artistic, and cultural contributions of the late writer, artist, and Indianapolis native Kurt Vonnegut. The library serves as a cultural and educational resource facility, museum, art gallery, and reading room. It supports language and visual arts education through programs and outreach activities with other local arts organizations to foster a strong arts network for both the local and national community.
The Vonnegut Library is an active participant in Banned Books Week - last fall, local writer Corey Michael Dalton spent the entire week "locked up" in the Vonnegut Library, during which time he wrote a short story and brought considerable attention to Banned Books Week.