Location: Phillips Pavilion, Governor’s Mansion, 820 NE 23rd St., Oklahoma City, OK 73105
Host Organizations: Kirkpatrick Foundation; Creative Oklahoma, Inc.
Moderator: Scott Noppe-Brandon, Executive Director, Lincoln Center Institute
Host: Kim Henry, Oklahoma First Lady
Cliff Hudson, CEO of Sonic Corp.
Clark Jolley, Senator, Oklahoma State
Mary Mèlon, President and Publisher, The Journal Record
Steve Prescott, President, Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation
Jerod Tate, composer, Chickasaw Nation
Roger Webb, President, University of Central Oklahoma
LCI is pleased and proud to note that America’s Imagination Summit, held at Lincoln Center in the summer of 2011, was a resounding success! And there’s good news for those of you who missed it: the event was filmed by Newswire and streamed by Livestream. Watch the video footage, and join the discussion around the critical issue of imagination, creativity, and innovation in U.S. education.
Lincoln Center Institute is grateful to the following individuals and organizations for helping to shape the Imagination Conversations and for providing counsel on critical issues in their fields.
Council on Competitiveness
Johnson Space Center, NASA
National Assembly of State Arts Agencies
National Chamber Foundation
National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges
National Creativity Network
National Education Association
Lincoln Center Institute Board Committee on the Imagination Conversations
Hon. Judith Kaye
Daniela Arredondo de Kehoe
Richard J. Deasy
Our blog on imagination, updated often with news, events, and perspectives from Executive Director Scott Noppe-Brandon.
March 23, 2012 - It was once proposed, by someone who liked our work, that it was Lincoln Center Institute’s (LCI’s) mission to “build
March 02, 2012 - We’ve all heard the advice, “Think outside the box,” but now, thanks to a team of researchers, the cliché takes
February 24, 2012 - In three weeks, more than 10,000 North American educators will converge on the Hilton New York for WNET’s seventh annual
February 22, 2012 - Guess the last word of this sentence: “Arts education in Boston is being _____.” Recent news from around the nation
February 14, 2012 - Disney is at it again. In 2011, The Walt Disney Company co-sponsored America’s Imagination Summit, the major education event that