Here’s some geeky space content to close out the evening – Lunar is a short film created from still photographs from the Project Apollo Archive. It took brothers Christian and Wolfgang Stangl 18 months to complete…an incredible achievement. Enjoy!
A formerly abandoned gas station in London’s White City district may have outlived its usefulness in its original purpose, but it’s got a new, more relaxing job to do in the ‘hereafter.’ If all those pastel colors didn’t tip you off, the station is in retirement, and it will live out its golden years acting as a colorful venue for pop-up events in the midst of a decade-long urban regeneration effort aiming to create a “thriving, creative neighborhood.”
I’m a huge fan of the Palace Theatre – Great Show Tonight. St. Paul
Most scientists famous for talking about science are men who became celebritized well into their careers. Not Katie Mack.
The Rise of the Creative Officer Or why creative innovation is making the move into the C-suite. The short answer? Superbly designed products and experience sell themselves. In today’s fast-paced economy where products and service can become obsolete within six months, consumers have become less responsive toward traditional marketing and advertising strategies.
Make plans to attend on May 4 at the Fine Line Music Café in Minneapolis as creative leaders Michael Fanuele, CCO General Mills, Tom Nowak, CCO Best Buy and Todd Waterbury, CCO Target – take the stage to discuss how creative innovation is making the move into the C-suite.
Moderated by Jayne Haugen Olson, VP Content, MSP Communications, the panel will talk about the growing trend by companies to elevate and expand the strategic role of creativity & design throughout their businesses.
DATE: Thursday, May 4, 2017
TIME: 5:30 p.m. Social Hour, 6:30 p.m. Program
PLACE: Fine Line Music Café; Minneapolis, Minnesota