"Let Creativity Bloom" panel discussion
Submitted by Nadine Fiedler on Thu, 01/19/2012 - 2:13pm
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January 19, 2012
For more information:
Nadine Fiedler, Catlin Gabel, 503-297-1894 ext. 301, email@example.com
Catlin Gabel website: www.catlin.edu
“LET CREATIVITY BLOOM”
A distinguished panel, from artists to doctors and entrepreneurs, will discuss the vital importance of creativity in work and learning
Seven panelists whose careers have been enhanced by their creative powers will discuss the central role of creativity on Tuesday, February 21, at 7 p.m. in the Cabell Center on the Catlin Gabel campus, 8825 SW Barnes Rd. The event, this year’s Esther Dayman Strong Lecture, is free and open to the public. The panel discussion honors the late Joan Shipley, a former Catlin Gabel staff member and parent of alumni, who was an ardent supporter of the arts.
* Dr. Brian Druker, developer of a revolutionary anti-cancer drug, OHSU
* Denise Mullen, new president of the Oregon College of Art and Craft
* Sherrie Wolf, noted Pacific Northwest painter and printmaker
* Michael Mandiberg ’96, interdisciplinary artist, College of Staten Island/CUNY
* Dr. William Long, fundamentally reorganized trauma care at Legacy Emanuel Hospital
* Riley Gibson ’04, co-founder and CEO of crowdsourcing platform Napkin Labs
* Peter Bromka’00, product and marketing strategy, Orchestra.com
THE ESTHER DAYMAN STRONG LECTURESHIP
The Esther Dayman Strong Lectureship in the Humanities was created in 1987 by the Catlin Gabel School board of trustees to honor Strong, who was principal of the Catlin-Hillside School from 1944 to 1958. The board wished to establish a living memorial to the human and academic values Esther Dayman Strong nurtured throughout her life, and her legacy of lifelong learning.
Catlin Gabel serves Portland and the world as an educational catalyst, drawing together dedicated educators, motivated students, superb curricular resources, and thoughtfully applied technology, in a beautiful and functional setting, all for the purpose of forming bold learners who become responsible action-takers for life. Catlin Gabel is an independent, non-sectarian, progressive coeducational day school serving 740 students from preschool through twelfth grade. Its roots go back to the Portland Academy, founded in 1859. The school occupies 60 acres on Barnes Road, five miles west of downtown Portland. For more about the school, please visit www.catlin.edu.
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