Posts Tagged ‘LIFE (Learning Innovations in Future Education)’
NanoArt, Ethnomathmatics, Computational Play, Immersive History and Experimental Geography will all be on show at STEAM³, GSU Atlanta
We are proud to advice that our STEAM³ Atlanta is fully in production. This event, which will take place at Centennial Hall, GSU, Atlanta, on the 11th and 12th September will include a conference involving 16 of the world’s leading visionaries on the future of learning, as well a s an Interactive Playground with over 20 installations and demonstrations demonstrating the future of STEAM based education. Installations and exhibits include a rich variety of future focused developments including NanoArt, Ethnomathmatics, Computational Play, Immersive History and Experimental Geography. A full list of speakers and installations is available at www.steam3.com.
The event is being produced jointly between our non-profit arm, Learning Innovations in Future Education (LIFE) and GSU, with production services being provided by our Future Entertainment and Events Lab (FEEL). www.livingthefutureevents.com
The Future of Creatives: Thriving in a DIY Economy: A FREE Salon/Discussion Monday, September 30, 2013 from 7:00 PM to 9:30 PM (CDT) Austin, TX
How creatives define work and career in the emerging economy is undergoing an undeniably huge sea change. If we’re going to do our ourselves and our children a favor, we need to wrap our brains around and collaborate on new ideas to embrace and surf this change or be overwhelmed by it.
Please join our CEO, Maggie Duval of Learning Innovations in Future Education (LIFE) for a spirited salon this Monday, September 30th, to dialogue on how we tackle this. Her special guests will include Jennifer Bullard and Billy Joe Cain from the Captivate Conference and the Independent Game Developers Association (IGDA), Teri Sperry of Alt.Ed Austin, Ariel Miller of Skybridge Academy and a few surprise guests. The event is FREE and snacks and wine/sparkling water will be provided, but you MUST RSVP at Eventbrite so that we have a good idea of numbers to buy for.
Topics to be explored include:
What constitutes this emerging economy?
What is the “DIY culture?”
Seven careers in one lifetime”: reality or oft-quoted myth
How do I, as a creative, even hope to keep up with the rapid-fire changes in tech development?
How do I remain relevant?
How can I support my child in finding the best educational options that will give them what they need to thrive in this new economy?
Again, this is a FREE event. Please join us for lively and stimulating conversation, wine and refreshments at Skybridge Academy, on their campus at the Stunt Ranch.
Who would enjoy this?
Creatives (artists, writers, musicians, programmers, actors, etc.)
Students who want to have a career (or two plus) in this realm.
Parents who want to help their kids achieve their dream career(s) in the creative industries.
- What constitutes this emerging economy?