November 10, 2013 @ 10:30 pm – November 11, 2013 @ 1:00 am
Central Library, Clowes Auditorium
40 East Saint Clair Street
Indianapolis, IN 46204

Four celebrated Hoosiers talk about the role of RISK in individual and community life. Scott A. Jones, Chairman, CEO and Co-founder of ChaCha; Sarah Fisher, professional race car driver and team owner; David N. Baker, iconic jazz performer, composer, and educator; and Phil Gulley, Quaker pastor and author, share their perspective with each other and the audience. They’ll consider questions such as: How does our city and state embrace or repel risk? How to the arts, humanities, religion, business and civic organizations contribute to a risk-taking culture? What is the best way to explore risk-taking? What “risk-stories” in Indiana should be celebrated or challenged? Is it fair to conclude that Hoosiers are afraid to take risks? Q&A and public reception to follow.