Tuesday Night Book Talk is a new reader series created and run by Andrew Buszchak. These talks are given predominantly by a variety of non-experts on their respective, chosen books, and followed by an informal group discussion.
Tuesday Night Book Talk takes place at Creative Practices Institute, located at 10149 – 122 St.
The next presentation will be delivered Tuesday, October 21, at 8:00 pm by Dion Bews; he will be discussing Small is Beautiful: A Study of Economics as if People Mattered by E. F. Schumacher.
Please join us for Tuesday Night Book Talk; prior familiarity with the text under consideration is neither required, nor expected of you.
At your soonest convenience, confirmation of your attendance is appreciated as seating is limited.
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A little bit about Andrew:
Andrew Buszchak is an interdisciplinary artist; he holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from NSCAD University in Halifax NS. Andrew has recently exhibited his work within group exhibitions via The Drawing Room, Edmonton AB; Xpace Cultural Centre, Toronto ON; Fast & Dirty Curatorial Collective, Edmonton AB; and produced a limited edition of woodcut prints for the Society of Northern Alberta Printmakers, which accompanied the winter 2014 issue of their quarterly newsletter SNAPline.