The Indiana Memorial Union Board announced Monday its Fall 2019 Lectures Series, including Anderson Cooper and Karamo Brown from “Queer Eye.”
The lineup also included film director Penny Lane and costume designer Ruth Carter.
Lane will speak Oct. 4, Carter will talk Oct. 5, Cooper will be here Oct. 27 and Brown will finish up the series on Dec. 14 at the IU Auditorium.
Lane is an award-winning film director for her movie “Hail Satan” from this past Sundance Film Festival. She will participate in a panel after a showing of her film in the Whittenberger Auditorium.
Carter won an Academy Award for her costumes in “Black Panther.” She will speak following a screening of “Black Panther” at IU Cinema, then do a different talk at Presidents Hall in Franklin Hall.
Cooper is the host of “Anderson Cooper 360” and has won five Emmys for his journalism work. He plans to speak at the Musical Arts Center.
Brown is the culture expert on Netflix’s reboot of “Queer Eye,” an Emmy award-winning reality program. Brown will speak at the IU Auditorium.
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