Lecture Series at Klinkhart Hall Arts Center
SPECIAL NOTE: At this time we are rethinking the lecture series as part of our programming. You can read about past events in the lecture series below, and check back here for updates on future plans.
What's the Lecture Series all about? A lot of interesting people call Sharon Springs home, and a lot of interesting people who live nearby have a special interest in our community. From time to time we ask some of them to participate in the Lecture Series, which gives you a chance to hear extraordinary people talk about extraordinary things -- and a chance to support Klinkhart Hall Arts Center, Inc.
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2018 Lecture Series . . .
On Friday, August 17 Bob Gasparini, Sharon Springs resident and former President and Chief Scientific Officer of NeoGenomics Laboratories, gave a talk about the role of genetics is diagnosing and treating cancer. (Click here to read more about the speaker.)
2017 Lecture Series . . .
The final event in its 2017 Lecture Series took place on Saturday October 14. Neuroscientist and science blogger Dr. J.B. Goss talked about The Metaphysics of Science. (Dr. Goss delivered the first Klinkhart Hall lecture in 2015 on Sleeping and Dreaming: The Owner's Manual.) Read more about the speaker here.
The fourth event in the 2017 Lecture Series took place on Saturday September 16. Sharon Springs resident and Village Historian Nancy DiPace Pfau delivered a lively, informative, illustrated lecture on Diversity in Sharon Springs: From Native Americans until Today. Click here to read more about the speaker.
The third event in its 2017 Lecture Series took place on Saturday July 15. Kat Kinsman, noted personality, writer, and sometime Sharon Springs resident delivered a lively talk and a reading from her newly published memoir, Hi, Anxiety: Life With a Bad Case of Nerves (Harper Collins, 2017) Click here to read more about the speaker.
The second event in its 2017 Lecture Series took place on Saturday, June 18. Dr. Richard Pfau, local resident and Professor of U.S. Foreign Policy at Hartwick College, delivered a dynamic and broad-ranging talk on Contemporary Foreign Policy. (click here to read more about the speaker).
Klinkhart Hall Arts Center began its 2017 Lecture Series on Saturday April 15 with a joint reading and discussion by local residents and well-known literary figures Jean Hanff Korelitz and Pulitzer Prize winning poet Paul Muldoon (click here to read more about the speakers).