In-DEPTH Summit Series: Session Two - A Creative Approach to Guide Community Leaders Down a Successful Path for PetoskeyName: In-DEPTH Summit Series: Session Two - A Creative Approach to Guide Community Leaders Down a Successful Path for PetoskeyDate: May 23, 2019Time: 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM EDTRegistration: Register NowEvent Description:
In-DEPTH Summit Series:
Creating A Better Community Through Conversations
Session Two: A Creative Approach to Guide COmmunity Leaders Down a Successful Path for Petoskey
Hosted by: The Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce and DEPTH Speaking
May 23, 2019, 5:00-6:30 p.m.
Carnegie Building, Downtown Petoskey
Please join us for a presentation and conversation with Brian LaDuca about the development of a radical, integrated learning community driven by intersected ‘classroom-to-city’ partnerships that provide spaces for city leaders, partners, students and educators to prototype new models of social innovation.
This is the second of two sessions offered in this series. Both sessions are being offered at no charge. Light snacks and beverages will be available. Registration in advanced is requested.
Attend both sessions! Find out about the first session here.
Featured Speaker: Brian LaDuca, Executive Director and Co-Founder of the Institute of Applied Creativity for Transformation at the University of Dayton in Dayton, Ohio. He is a 2017 Dayton Forty under 40 award winner whose mission is focused on empowering a creatively confident 21st century student with the ability to discover, invent, and innovate through and around ambiguous ideas that will impact today’s every-changing global world regardless of degree focus.
2019 Youth Art Show
Crooked Tree Arts Center
April 13th - May 11
An invitational exhibition, “Here and There” considers themes of place in time through three unique bodies of photographic work. Cameras have long been used to capture and preserve the world around us; the artists included in this exhibition photograph their surroundings in order to tell unique, personal, and unexpected narratives. Topics such as privacy, technology, beauty, and the environment are explored in this exhibition through images of varied landscapes.Artwork created by Char-Em ISD and home school students, Kindergarten through Grade 12, will be on display during the Youth Arts Festival.