Stay connected with the stories of your state while you’re stuck at home. Bring your own beverage and join us for a series of informal conversations with some of Indiana’s most interesting historians.
Indianapolis Soul Music
Take a trip back to the legendary studios of LAMP Records, the only Indianapolis-based recording company to take songs to hit status with acts like the Vanguards and Ebony Rhythm Band. Hear how this studio woke up Naptown’s soul in the late 1960s and launched the careers of some of Indy’s most influential musicians with founder Herb Miller and local music historian and radio host Kyle Long.
Free. Additional opportunities available to support the IHS Programs and Collections.
Online. Registration for this event will close two hours before the program. Guests will receive a hyperlink for the event after registration.
June 25 | Myaamiaki – A Living People with a Past
Long before white settlers came to this area, the Miami people have deep roots in the geographic area we now call Indiana. Hear stories and songs, and learn more about the culture of the Myaamia with Miami Tribe of Oklahoma Tribal Historic Preservation Officer Diane Hunter as we chat about history from their origin story to where they are today.
This happy hour is brought to you in partnership with Cultural Manifesto with support from OneAmerica Financial Partners, a national provider in the insurance and financial services marketplace.