2 Thursday / April 2, 2020

Ending Violence Together Conference

08:00 am to 04:30 pm
Saint Mark's United Methodist Church

The Monroe County Domestic Violence Coalition leads this biennial conference attended by professionals who support domestic violence survivors in their work and community members who want to be a part of responding to the key needs of domestic violence survivors who are our friends, family members, co-workers, and neighbors.

The Ending Violence Together 2020 Conference will explore two tracks:

Track 1: Strengthening Domestic Violence Programs and Professionals Who Support Survivors in Their Work Track

Track 2: Building Community Safety and Well-being

Each track will have 3-6 interactive workshops, with 1-2 options for a “Lunch and Learn” during the day. Free lunch is included.

Education / Speakers

2 Thursday / April 2, 2020

Science Exploration for Grades 1-6

03:00 pm to 03:30 pm

Join the WonderLab staff, for hands-on science explorations and a demonstration of science activities that can be done at home. All welcome. Activities designed for Grades 1-6. Click here to join via Zoom LIVE.

Children / Education / Entertainment

2 Thursday / April 2, 2020

Artist Talk: Paul Cocksedge

05:00 pm to 06:00 pm
Eskenazi Museum of Art at Indiana University

Visiting designer Paul Cocksedge will give a public talk.
One of the United Kingdom’s most inventive designers, Paul Cocksedge, employs experimental materials, forms, and technologies to produce design experiences. Paul Cocksedge Studio is an internationally acclaimed design practice founded by partners Paul Cocksedge and Joana Pinhoin in 2004. Well-known for their in-house design concepts, installations, public interventions, and collectible interior objects, the studio explores the limits of technology in each work. Cocksedge will discuss A Gust of Wind, a contemporary art installation on the ceiling of the Luzetta and Del Newkirk Café and Gift Shop.

Join us in the Patrick and Jane Martin Commons.

Space is limited.

Our artist talks sometimes fill quickly. If you plan to bring your course to this artist talk, great! Please contact Christopher Myers-Nunn at chnunn@iu.edu.

We hope you can join us in person but if not, tune in with Zoom: https://iu.zoom.us/j/238471717



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