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Announcing the Caretakers Forum, Monday, September 6 at KANEKO

August 13, 2010 by

 

Since first hearing about Omaha Creative Week a few months ago we began brainstorming ways to become involved. At Silicon Prairie News, we’re excited about highlighting our city’s creative community, whether it be interviews with web developers or sunglass designers, we’re dedicated to telling stories and sharing reasons individuals love to live and work in Omaha.

With our method in mind, we’ve organized an event for Omaha Creative Week that we hope sheds light on the organizers behind the Week and the community that surrounds it. On Monday, September 6, the second day of Creative Week, we invite you to join us at KANEKO for the Caretakers Forum: A discussion around the meaning and application of creativity.

Full details are below, and look for a follow up post in the coming weeks to learn more about our panelists.

Omaha Creative Week Caretakers Forum

Presented by Silicon Prairie News & KANEKO

Join us Monday evening of Omaha Creative Week for a lively conversation with three of Creative Week’s Caretakers and Hal France, Executive Director of KANEKO. Moderated by Danny Schreiber, Managing Editor of Silicon Prairie News, the topic at hand will be creativity. Questions addressed include: How is creativity defined? What is Omaha’s creative tolerance? Where is creativity needed most? Audience Q&A will close out the panel.

Date & Time: Monday, September 6; KANEKO Open House 6-7 p.m.; Program 7-8 p.m.

Location: KANEKO (1111 Jones Street)

Moderator: Danny Schreiber, Managing Editor, Silicon Prairie News

Caretaker Panel:

The evening begins at 6 p.m. with a KANEKO open house and reception, wine and light fare will be served. The panel discussion starts at 7 p.m. and will last just over an hour.

The event is free and open to the public.

Learn more about Omaha Creative Week and the other events planned at omahacreativeweek.com.

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