According to a recent article in the New York Times, “…now that we’re hip-deep in what has be called both the ‘Creative Economy’ and the ‘Conceptual Age,’ no one can afford to ignore the artist within…”
Dr. Paul Baker, internationally renowned theater director, professor and author of THE INTEGRATION OF ABILITIES, employed multiple intelligencies-visual, auditory and kinesthetic-to create theater, address learning differences and investigate ideas, theater related or otherwise. His approach to theater and problem solving has inspired entrepreneurial leaders in diverse fields from the arts to business to science. The Baker Idea Insittute will be a home base for adults of all professions in an age where right brain thinking is becoming more and more necessary to compete in the global marketplace.
In three (now two) hands-on dialogue/workshops, participants will study non-hierarchical systems of collaboration among theater artists, educations, city governments and businesses. It will be an invaluable opportunity to investigate how creativity and the “artist within” can heal the linear thinking world.
WHAT IS AN IDEA? November 7-9, 2008
CREATIVITY: THE NEXT LITERACY HOW-TO’S FOR PARENTS, TEACHERS AND BUSINESS LEADERS January 16-18, 2009
THE SOUND, THE FURY AND COGNITIVE REASONING March 6-8, 2009
Don’t miss these phenomenal facilitators and workshop leaders
Harvey Seifter Founder/CEO of CREATIVITY CONNECTION and author of LEADERSHI ENSEMBLE: LESSONS IN COLLABORATIVE MANAGEMENT
Sherry Kafka Wagner Consultant and international urban planner
Virginia DuPuy Mayor of Waco and CEO of DuPuy Oxygen
Bob Lewis (aka Tumbleweed Smith) Radio personality and oral historian
Susan Russel Marcus Arts educator and author of NEW WORLD KIDS
Cindy Herbert, Ph.D. Noted author and psychologist
Jamie Laurie Musician
S-Ankh Rasa Composer and performer
Daniel Pink, author of A WHOLE NEW MIND An M.F.A. is the new M.B.A.
WHERE: Dallas Children’s Theater 5938 Skillman Dallas, Texas 75231
Call now for fees, scholarships and additional information Contact Deborah Mogford at 214-978-0110 ext 176 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org