Kem Hinton provides several unique public presentations on historical, religious, architectural, and urban design topics. The talks are listed below. He has delivered these to community organizations, university groups, private clubs, religious organizations, and civic groups including Downtown Rotary of Nashville, Rotary of Birmingham, Centennial Club, ECON Club of Nashville, AIA Tennessee, Temple Micha, Westminster Presbyterian Church, Belle Meade United Methodist, St. George’s Episcopal, West End Methodist, Father Ryan Catholic, and Vanderbilt University. His lecture on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem was presented at two American Institute of Architects national conventions, and his one about Leonardo di Vinci’s masterpiece The Last Supper became the first such from Tennessee to become part of the AIA’s national continuing educational program.
These power-point presentations are normally 45minutes, although shorter and longer versions are available. Presentations can be crafted for both secular and religious audiences. If your organization or religious group is interested in any of these, please contact the studio.
- The Temple Mount in Jerusalem
- Leonardo di Vinci’s Masterpiece The Last Supper • Nashville Growth: Good, Bad and Ugly
- The Search for a Bicentennial Landmark
- Where is The Oldest Bible?
- Star of Bethlehem
- Contemporary Religious Architecture
- America’s Most Important World’s Fair
- Struggle for the Nineteenth Amendment
- The Holy Grail: Myth and Truth of a Religious Object