The Program committee for the Creative Conference has developed an outline for the event on Sept. 6th that should make for a great day.
The program schedule calls for 6 or 7 keynote-style presenters for 45 minutes each from a variety of design categories such as film, theater, advertising, interactive, footwear/apparel and comics. The 45 minute slots include Q&A time, an audience favorite during the initial 12-year run of the Creative Conference.
One innovative feature will be the inclusion of 4 or 5 high-energy, rapid-fire, 5-minute presentations on other design areas (examples might be architecture, sound, video games or fashion) in between the longer presentations. These shorter slots may also include performances and/or short films.
The program will be bookended by the founders of On Your Feet, a nationally-recognized creative consultancy recently featured in the New York Times. They will start the day off using improv to help the audience get in the zone and maximize their creative take-aways from the day. This will include fostering some innovative introductions and networking between people in the audience. At the end of the day On Your Feet will do a 15 minute “speed recap” of the day using improv.
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