Information, Space and Time: The Arts, Creativity and Learning in the 21st Century

Thanks to everyone who attended and made the 2012 Symposium a success!

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Symposium 2012 Speakers and Presenters:

Eric Bartlett, cellist and member of the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra

Judith Burton, Professor and Director of Art and Art Education, Columbia University Teachers College

Billy Childs, Grammy Award-winning jazz pianist

Sheryl Connelly, Ford Motor Company's in-house Futurist

ETHEL, America's premier postclassical string quartet

Jack Ferver, choreographer, writer, performer and teacher

Guillermo Figueroa, Artist Director of the Figueroa Project

Carolyn Forche, poet, teacher and activist

Andrea Gibson, inaugural winner of the Women's World Poetry Slam

Steven Goodman, MacArthur Award-winning conservation biologist

Tony Kushner, Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright

Liz Lerman, MacArthur Award-winning choreographer and performer

Cory McAbee, musician, actor and filmmaker


Matt Bell, writer and author of "How They Were Found."

Jeremiah Chamberlin, publisher, Fiction Writers Review

Steve Hayden, Vice Chairman and Worldwide Creative Director, Ogilvy & Mather, New York

Annie Martin, senior acquisitions editor, Wayne State University Press

Mary Palmer, president, Mary Palmer & Associates

Stephanie Perrin, co-founder of the National Arts and Learning Collaborative

Doug Stanton, New York Times bestselling author of In Harm's Way and Horse Soldiers

Stanford Thompson, musician and executive director of Play On, Philly!