Saturday, April 9, 2011

Undivided Lives: A Conversation About Career and Creativity

The Kaneko Center, 1111 Jones Street in Omaha, has announced a program on April 29, 2011 called Undivided Lives: A Conversation About Career and Creativity from 6:-7:30 (just south of the Old Market).
The "Conversation" panel will include:
Roger Fransecky: CEO of the Apogee Group, Psychologist and Writer
Stanford Lipsey:  Publisher of the Buffalo News, Artist and Photographer
Molly Jarboe: Online Media Specialist, Artist and Photographer
James Salhany:  Scientist at the University of Nebraska Medical Center, Songwriter and Poet
Tom Kaminiski: Stockbroker at TD Ameritrade and Sculptor.
This is but one in a series of discussions presented at the Kaneko exploring creativity in business: making that connection between business and the creative mind.   
Tickets are $10 in advance/ $15 at the door/ $5 for students.
Prior to the program, an exhibit of the photography of Pulitzer Prize-winner Stanford Lipsey will be on display at The Kaneko.  The exhibit, entitled Affinity of Form, "reveals is keen photographic awareness of the subtleties of nature and landscape and the geometry of architecture." 

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