Upcoming Special Events
Don’t miss out on some of our exciting events throughout the month of October including a new Ray Bradbury museum exhibit, a lecture on Ray Bradbury and Charles Addams and an extra spooky edition of our monthly book club.


Ray Bradbury Center’s October Events:

  • Oct. 4th-31st - Ray Bradbury’s Window into Joseph Mugnaini Fall Exhibit (IN PERSON)
    • Ray Bradbury fell in love Mugnaini’s work in the early 1950s, and a strong working relationship between the two began almost immediately. This exhibit features some of Mugnaini’s best line art illustrations that appear in Ray Bradbury’s Golden Apples of the Sun, The October Country, and The Halloween Tree.
  • Oct. 19th @1:30pm - A Fantastic Collaboration: Ray Bradbury and Joseph Mugnaini Lecture (IN PERSON)
    • He was my brother,” said Bradbury about Mugnaini. “I was his satellite,” said Mugnaini about Bradbury. Theirs is one of the most distinguished collaborations in contemporary fantasy art, placing them in the select company of Lewis Carroll and John Tenniel, L. Frank Baum and John R. Neill, Edgar Rice Burroughs and J. Allen St. John, and Roald Dahl and Quentin Blake.
  • Oct 20th @7pm - 2022 Ray Bradbury Visiting Writer’s Lecture with Dr. John Tibbetts (IN PERSON)
    • The Gothic Narrative always has been and continues to be essentially a story of Family Affairs whose “normal” surfaces conceal ancestral guilts, incestuous secrets, and monstrous progeny. Appearing in the immediate post-war years in 1946, Cold-War anxieties produced a number of stories and illustrations that brought these familial anxieties and surface tensions onto the contemporary center stage.
  • Oct. 27@12pm - Feed Your Imagination Story Club (ONLINE)
    • The Ray Bradbury Center will be going live on Thursday, October 27th for Feed Your Imagination Story Club! This month’s fantastically spooky story will be the Bradbury classic, Something Wicked This Way Comes.

The Ray Bradbury Center is excited to announce a special Bradbury themed walking tour including three stops with three different Ray Bradbury themed exhibits around Indy/IUPUI’s Campus through the month of October. The RBC will be open for tours Oct. 19th (10-1pm) & 25th (10-1pm).  
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