The Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites Speakers Bureau provides keynote speakers at the highest level of museum thought. We deliver conversations on Indiana’s art, science and culture to educators, businesses and organizations for their meetings, conferences and special events.
The Speakers Bureau organizes speaking engagements around Indiana sharing the latest research findings and information on a variety of topics.
The Speakers Bureau is a free program to Indiana organizations provided by the museum, however, an honorarium or donation to the museum's Annual Fund would be greatly appreciated to help offset planning and travel costs. Organizations must be able to provide an appropriate site and audience of 25 or more people. Program hosts may include colleges and universities, historical societies, museums, civic associations, public agencies and other community groups. The program is also open to media interested in covering a specific Indiana topic.
The approval period is 30 days from submission.
A list of Speakers Bureau offerings with detailed descriptions will be available soon.