Schedule

Thursday, April 11th – Opening Night Conversation
Thursday night opening at the Capri Theatre will feature an onstage conversation between internationally recognized Alabamians whose outstanding careers were built upon the humanities. This personal discussion will focus on their individual stories of growing up in Alabama, the impact of the humanities on their lives, and the importance of the humanities for all Alabamians.

Friday, April 12th – Anabranch Workshops
Sign up for workshops on the Troy University-Montgomery campus, for which teachers will earn professional development credits and receive stipends.

Saturday, April 13th – Alabama Book Festival in Old Alabama Town
The Alabama Book Festival gets underway with a host of authors headlining the day in Old Alabama Town.  In addition to the festival’s traditional concentration on fiction, nonfiction, children’s literature and poetry, there will be songwriters, philosophers, scholars and filmmakers in the mix.

Anabranch is partially funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities