Posted on October 28, 2011 by Scott Noppe-Brandon
The Virginia Imagination Conversation, hosted by the Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts, took place on October 19, 2011, at its Center for Education in Vienna, VA. Wolf Trap is one of several organizations currently working with Lincoln Center Institute (LCI) to plan a policy meeting with the U.S. Department of Education that will happen in early 2012 in Washington, D.C., so we were especially eager to see the results of this event.
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Posted on October 26, 2011 by Scott Noppe-Brandon
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The Vermont Imagination Conversation—one of three Conversations held around the country this month!—took place on October 14, 2011, at FlynnSpace, part of the Flynn Center for the Performing Arts in Burlington.
Filed under: Imagination Conversation Reports | Tagged: Ben & Jerry's, Champlain College, creativity, Dave Finney, Delusion, Flynn Center for the Performing Arts, FlynnSpace, imagination, imagination conversations, innovation, Jane Lindholm, Joan Robinson, Jostein Solheim, Laurie Anderson, LCI, Lincoln Center Institute, Tiffany Bluemle, Vermont Edition, Vermont Imagination Conversation, Vermont Public Radio, Vermont Works for Women | 1 Comment »
Posted on October 21, 2011 by Scott Noppe-Brandon
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The first Utah Imagination Conversation, hosted by Southern Utah University (SUU), took place on August 16, 2011, in Cedar City. Held as a Faculty Convocation, it coincided with the launch of SUU’s Center for Creativity and Innovation. The Cedar City Daily News reported on the gathering.
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Posted on October 20, 2011 by Scott Noppe-Brandon
As reported over on Lincoln Center Institute’s (LCI’s) website, LCI’s Imagination Lesson Plans are now available for download on Curriki! You may recall that we announced our new partnership with Curriki, the leading online community for educators around the globe, at America’s Imagination Summit in July. This week marks the official launch of LCI’s Curriki group, which currently offers two sets of Imagination Lesson Plans for the use of K-12 teachers everywhere. More will be uploaded soon.
Filed under: Announcement | Tagged: America's Imagination Summit, Common Core Standards, Curriki, imagination, Imagination Lesson Plans, imaginative learning, lesson plans, Lincoln Center Institute | 2 Comments »
Posted on October 13, 2011 by Scott Noppe-Brandon
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The Halloween season calls to mind things that frighten us (or, at least, our inner children): ghosts, goblins, haunted houses, witches, creativity. “Wait a minute,” you say. “Creativity?” Yes, according to new research, many people fear creativity and also have trouble recognizing it, whether or not they realize this.
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Posted on October 7, 2011 by Scott Noppe-Brandon
The Oregon Imagination Conversation, hosted by Metropolitan Group, took place on October 4, 2011, at the Ziba Auditorium in Portland. Metropolitan Group, an agency that provides strategic and creative services to social purpose organizations, actually helped Lincoln Center Institute (LCI) design the national Imagination Conversations initiative—work for which we remain very grateful.
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Posted on October 4, 2011 by Christopher St. Clair
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When hurricane Irene hit, we instinctively looked to the individuals and organizations whom we admire for their imaginative strength to do something practical, something that would instantly come to the aid of those in need, without speeches, without philosophical observations, without ideological investment in the future. Something practical—now.
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