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Portland Creative Conference 2011
Saturday, September 17, 2011 from 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM (PDT)
The Portland Creative Conference is an interdisciplinary exploration of the creative process across various creative industries professions. The conference features keynote presentations from leading creative thinkers who reveal their work and let us in on their secrets, influences and inspirations.
It is an opportunity for attendees to get inside the head of visionaries who are generating original and effective ideas for fun & profit and to be inspired in entirely new ways, viewing their own world with a fresh perspective as a result.
Confirmed Speakers include:*
> Jim Kouf – Screenwriter (National Treasure, Rush Hour, Stakeout), Producer (Con Air, Ghost Whisperer, Angel, Grimm)
> David Greenwalt – Producer (X-Files, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel, Eureka, Grimm), Writer (Wonder Years, X-Files, Buffy, Miracles, Angel, Grimm), Director (Help Wanted Kids, Double Switch).
> Rob Legato – Special Effects Supervisor, Avatar, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, Titanic, Apollo 13, Armageddon and others.
> Brynn Bardacke – Global Creative Director, Coca-Cola
> Courtney Taylor-Taylor – singer/songwriter, founder of The Dandy Warhols, graphic novel author
> Peter Richardson – Sundance Film Festival Grand Jury Prize winner for documentary How to Die in Oregon
> Jelly Helm – advertising industry innovator, former Executive Creative Director at Wieden+Kennedy, current Jelly Helm Studio clients include Wikipedia, Dell, Nike, Red Hat, the Portland Timbers and Oregon Humanities
> Naomi Pomeroy – Chef, Bravo’s Top Chef Masters TV show
> Irene Taylor Brodsky – Documentary Director, Saving Pelican 895, Hear & Now
> Robyn Tenenbaum & Courtenay Hameister – Co-Creator & Executive Producer, Head Writer & Host; Live Wire! Radio
Complete Details: http://blog.cre8con.com/
*speakers subject to change
Keeping the Arts, the nonprofit fiscal agent of the Portland Creative Conference, is a public charity that raises money to support arts education in Oregon.
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