PROGRAMS

FOR EVERYONE

We provide three program formats for the general public to engage in meaningful dialogue on topics that affect family and culture with one another and our featured scholars.

COMPACT SEMINARS

WHERE: Stumberg Hall, 3206 Fairfax Walk, Austin, TX, 78705
DURATION: 2 hours

These seminars are a forum for discussing both timely questions of culture and long-standing problems relating to living well. They are a search for meaning with the assumption that a community of learners offers a different approach than solitary reading, however fruitful. 

Taught by university educators, seminars follow a range of issues related to family and culture. The open-table format provides for both direction from the seminar leader and participation from the larger group. 

Seminars are usually held in the evening at Stumberg Hall, home of the Austin Institute, and snacks and refreshments are provided.

EVENT FORTHCOMING

TABLE TALKS

WHERE: Stumberg Hall, 3206 Fairfax Walk, Austin, TX, 78705
DURATION: 2 hours

This program exist as a forum for great conversations about engaging topics, all paired with good food. With presenters ranging from university professors to local business, religious, and civic leaders, each dinner is designed for an intimate and informal conversation.

Come and enjoy dinner while meeting new folks from across the city of Austin.

EVENT FORTHCOMING

LECTURES, DEBATES, & PANELS

WHERE: Stumberg Hall, 3206 Fairfax Walk, Austin, TX, 78705
DURATION: 2 hours

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