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CreatorCamp Ottawa 2012 is this Sunday

CreatorCamp Ottawa 2012:
exploring the creative process across disciplines,
be it audio, video, fabric arts, cooking, woodworking,
photography, sculpture, painting, poetry, stories, books, etc…

CreatorCamp Ottawa 2012 is in just two days. So, this is a good time to post information on the speaking program and a few reminders.

First, the reminders.

#CCyow2012 is this Sunday (November 18). The welcome and logistical announcements begin at 5:45pm and speaking program at 6:00pm.

The event is taking place at Pressed Ottawa, 750 Gladstone Avenue (MAP). The sandwiches there are amazing so consider coming early to have dinner before the event.

We ask that all participants bring a $10 cash donation for the Ottawa Food Bank. Please no food, clothing, toy or other such donation. We want to keep things light and easy.

Finally, if you cannot make it, please unregister to ensure the space is available for someone else.

Now… the speaking announcements.

The speaking lineup is amazing! We have a freestyle spoken-word artist (Sergio Guerra), the guy who created Little Ray’s Reptile Adventure (Little Ray), a belly and Bollywood dancer (Tracey Vibert), a computer-turned-literacy guy (Shawn MacDonell) and a managment transformation artist (Tania Carriere). Basically, if you’re like me, you won’t sleep Sunday night.

Here’s the schedule.

5:45-6:00 Welcome, logistics, introductions, fundraising collection, etc..
6:00-6:30 Sergio Guerra: Going In
6:30-7:00 Little Ray: On creating worlds and experiences
7:00-7:30 Tracey Vibert: Bellywood: Creating dance, fusing cultures and styles
7:30-8:00 Shawn MacDonell: Life gets boring when you leave the crayons behind
8:00-8:30 Tania Carriere:
8:30-9:00 TBD

There are still a few spaces left. Please spread the word. Remember, it’s free and it’s activating!

Let me know if you have any questions.

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About the Author:

Mark Blevis is a digital public affairs strategist and President of FullDuplex.ca, an integrated digital communications, public affairs and research company. His work focuses on the role of digital tools and culture on issues and reputation management. He also leads research into how Canadian opinions are shaped through online content and interactions.