On October 28, Museum of Design Atlanta (MODA) launches a 12-month discussion series on Beyoncé’s recent visual album “Lemonade.” Appropriately titled “The Lemonade Project,” the series will run through September of 2017, featuring monthly conversations on the album and its themes of race, class and gender.

Each session will last between an hour and a half to two hours, and will be free to attend. (Registration is required, however.) Participants can take part in various readings, films and music centered around the album.

The first session will include a screening of the album’s film, followed by a brief discussion with organizers Blair Banks, MODA’s Education Coordinator and Manager of Design Club, and Aretina Hamilton, a cultural geographer and PhD candidate at the University of Kentucky.

Although this session is already sold out, fans interested in attending may visit museumofdesign.org to register for upcoming meetings.