01.18.05 Tuesday@REI: Building Global Models in NEO: Alternate Strategies for the Arts & Entertainment Industry

Submitted by Norm Roulet on Tue, 01/18/2005 - 01:08.
01/18/2005 - 16:00

Topic:
"Building Global
Models in NEO: Alternate Strategies for the Arts & Entertainment
Industry"

What
would Northeast Ohio look like as a global leader in the Arts &
Entertainment industry? With world renowned landmarks like Severance Hall,
Playhouse Square, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and so many others, what
opportunities are we missing? What will it take for our region to become a
global leader in Arts & Entertainment? Learn more about alternate proposals
designed by dedicated civic entrepreneurs. Help us build the networks toward
next steps.

Alternate
Strategies & Presenters:

"Cleveland
Entertainment Arts Center",
presented by Frank
Fantozzi, President,
Planned Financial
Services, LLC (www.plannedfinancial.com) proposes an exciting new
vocational High School and College for Cleveland. More than just a performing
arts center - a vision to embody all of the disciplines of mulit-cultural arts
and entertainment under "one roof," including theater, dance, music, studio art,
film, TV, radio broadcasting, writing, technology and the "business" behind the
disciplines.

"Building
a Creative Talent Pool: Strategies to Expand Career and Learning Pathways in the
Arts
," with Co-presenters
Jerome Smith, Executive Producer, Poise Entertainment Education Company and
Reverend Georgia M. Reash, Vision Consulting Services proposing new approaches
to creating career pathways and workforce development in the arts &
entertainment industry resulting in a new pool of educational-entrepreneurial
innovations.

With
an introduction and overview
by Ed
Morrison, Executive Director, REI

Time
& Place:
 Tuesday, January 18,
4 P.M. to 5:45 P.M., Peter B. Lewis Building, room 103

Admission: Free & Open to
the public

Parking:
Campus Center Garage,
entrance adjacent to Severance Hall on East Blvd, $1.00/per 30 minutes. Metered
parking may also be available on the street.

Register: http://www.weatherhead.case.edu/rei/events/register.cfm

Location

Peter B. Lewis Building, Room 103