Speakers Bureau

Looking for a Speaker?

Indiana Landmarks offers educational and entertaining talks for your monthly meetings, luncheon programs, and special gatherings.

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Invite a Speaker to Your Event

Illustrated presentations by our staff of experts can range from 20 minutes to an hour and can be tailored to fit the interests of your group. While we attempt to meet the needs of your group, staff availability may affect scheduling.

Cost: $50 honorarium/presentation


Popular Topics

Historic Preservation in Indiana highlights the goals and projects of Indiana Landmarks, the nation’s largest statewide nonprofit preservation organization.

Great Landmarks of Indiana covers some of the capital “L” landmarks as well as the everyday landmarks that enrich community life, from libraries, churches and residences to industrial and transportation sites.

Architectural Styles in Indiana offers highlights of the predominant styles found in Indiana, from the early nineteenth century to the Mid-Century Modern era.

Stories Buildings Tell show how details in buildings can reveal the past and tell stories of the people who occupied them. We guarantee you’ll never look at old buildings the same way again.

Hidden Gems uses Indiana Landmarks’ insider knowledge to highlight historic places worth a visit, from the quirky to the sublime: small towns, neighborhoods, restaurants, shops, parks, cemeteries, scenic drives, museums – you get the idea.

10 Most Endangered showcases threatened structures on Indiana Landmarks’ annual list as well as the fates—positive and negative—of places that have appeared on the list.

West Baden Springs: Save of the Century explores the amazing transformation of the West Baden Springs Hotel in southern Indiana, from an abandoned ruin on the National Trust’s 11 Most Endangered list to one of the nation’s most elegant historic hotels.

Landmarks of Justice highlights what makes Indiana’s 92 county courthouses special and irreplaceable. Discover the architecture and stories of courthouses lost and restored, as well as their colorful histories and reuses.

Rescued and Restored, based upon the book by Indiana Landmarks, uses dramatic before-and-after photographs and inspirational comeback stories to show the remarkable turnaround of endangered places as diverse as the oldest house in Wabash to the West Baden Springs Hotel.

Schedule a Talk

To inquire about other topics or to schedule a speaker, contact Suzanne Stanis, 317-639-4534 or 800-450-4534 or sstanis@indianalandmarks.org.