State of Creativity Forum 2013
 


Tuesday, November 19
Civic Center Music Hall
Oklahoma City




What is the State of Creativity Forum?
 
The State of Creativity Forum is one of the largest creativity and innovation conferences in the United States.  Held in Oklahoma City, one of the fastest-growing entrepreneurial centers in the U.S., the Forum draws a cross-sector audience in education, business, and culture from across the state, nation, and globe.
 
The Forum features inspirational talks by some of the globe’s most important creative minds and provides a platform for networking and idea generation.  The festive environment includes innovative business exhibitors, visual and performing artists, and interactive conversation groups.  Pre- and post-forum creativity professional development is offered through Creative Oklahoma’s cSchool.
 
The 2013 theme, “Building Bridges,” encourages attendees to join with one another in building imaginative and creative environments in our schools, workplaces and communities that lead to a more innovative economy and better quality of life.



Who attends?
 
Join over 1,500 creativity and innovation enthusiasts from across the state, nation, and globe including entrepreneurs, business leaders, educators, students, community and cultural leaders, technology experts, and more for a creativity immersion experience.


Forum Committee

Jerod Tate, Chairman
Taloa Ikbi, Inc.

Jane Anderson
PDC Productions, Inc.

Judy Allen
Choctaw Nation
 
Debra Bailey
Chickasaw Nation
 
Lona Barrick
Chickasaw Nation
 
Allen Brown
Frankfurt Short Bruza
 
Frieda Clark
Chickasaw Nation
Michelle Corona-Allen
Frankfurt Short Bruza

Adam Croom

TEDxOU

Douglas Elder

Firehouse Art Center

Julia Kirt
Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition
 
Robin Mickel

Winner's Circle, Inc.

Mark Parker

Oklahoma City University
 
Eva Peza
Devon Energy
Erica Rixen
Chickasaw Nation

Cynthia Rolfe

University of Central Oklahoma
 
Cindy Scarberry
Opry Heritage Foundation
of Oklahoma

 
Jamie Sims
Civic Center Music Hall
 
Laura Stewart

Chickasaw Nation
 
Tyler Weldon
Oklahoma A+ Schools




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