2016 Program Series: Carmel’s Mid-century Modern Architect Avriel Schull

2016 Program Series: Carmel’s Mid-century Modern Architect Avriel Schull

Nov302016

55 4th Ave SE, Carmel, Indiana 46032

From 7 p.m.

At Carmel Clay Public Library

55 4th Ave SE, Carmel, Indiana 46032

In honor of the Indiana Bicentennial 2016, the Carmel Clay Public Library has organized a year-long series of programs highlighting important people and notable events in local and Indiana history. Celebrate the State: Indiana at 200 will educate and inspire all ages by engaging them in educational activities and programs exploring the unique history of Indiana. In an effort to encourage the public to learn more about our great state, we have chosen programs that touch on many aspects of Indiana's history. From one of our early environmentalists to our many famous composers we hope to bring to light Hoosier insight and creativity, while also focusing on some of the notable historical landmarks, such as West Baden Springs, and historical events. A festive fashion show featuring 200 years of fashion will be the highlight of our summer, and children will enjoy a visit from Clifford the Big Red Dog and learn about the legendary Johnny Appleseed. We have scheduled numerous programs throughout the year to sustain the celebratory nature of the Indiana Bicentennial, and hope to end the year not only having offered educational opportunities for all ages, but having helped create renewed appreciation and respect for our state.

Carmel's Mid-century Modern Architect Avriel Schull
Wednesday, November 30, 7:00 p.m., Program Room
Unique architecture from an unexpected source: Avriel Shull, a Carmel High School graduate, became a prominent mid-century modern architect/designer in spite of her lack of formal training. Connie Ziegler will present a program on this part of history in our community, including the conception of the popular Thornhurst Addition, now on the National Register of Historic Places. For more information, call the Reference desk at 844-3362. Presented by the Carmel Clay Public Library and the Carmel Clay Historical Society.

Casey Kenley
casey@caseykenley.com