of Pillars of the Earth
by Author Ken Follett
Deborah Taylor, HMA Curator of Exhibition Interpretation/Registrar
Annie Pendergrass, Youth Services Coordinator, Extension & Outreach Services
Huntsville-Madison County Public Library
a special program in conjunction with
Object of Devotion:
Medieval English Alabaster Sculpture
from the Victoria and Albert Museum, London
Selections from Bob Jones University
Museum & Gallery
WHO: The Museum’s Deborah Taylor and the Library’s Annie Pendergrass will facilitate the book discussion.
WHAT: The book discussion will center around Ken Follett’s book Pillars of the Earth. Set in 12th-century England, Follett’s fictional work weaves a story of the building of a cathedral and the many lives it effected with historical references to politics and intrigue of the times.
WHEN: Sunday, January 13 – 1:30 p.m.
WHERE: Huntsville Museum of Art, ASCA Room (Davidson Wing, Williams Street entrance)
HOW MUCH: FREE (does not include admission to the galleries)
Thanks to our exhibition sponsors:
Dorothy and Julian Davidson
Colonial Graphics Group
Butch and Jerry Damson
The Jurenko Foundation
Additional support was generously provided by The Alabama State Council on the Arts, Cynthia and Ray Almodovar, Betty Altherr Howard of Altherr Howard Design, The Huntsville Times, Virginia and George Thacker, and The Women’s Guild of the Huntsville Museum of Art.