Thursday, March 4, 2010
Just a few more days till Ignite Syracuse takes the stage. Remember presenters, I need those slides!!!
Thursday, February 25, 2010
Courtney Rile - Daylightblue video/photo/design studio
Alberto Acosta - International Museum Institute of New York
Paul Schoeneck - Founder of KICKS clothing
Amber Blanding - Glass Blowing Studio
Travis Adenau - Artist speaking on Legal Graffiti
Robyn Tomlin - "Heat Witch" a video projection
Clayton Stetz - Creating a Hackerspace
John Peck - Marketing using social media
Mark Povinelli - Artist/Engineer speaking on What is Public Art Anyway?
Maarten Jacobs - Artist speaking on new art installation
Corky Goss - Muralist and Artist
Peter Michel - Sculptor
See you all on March 8th at 6:30pm at Bull and Bear.
Monday, February 1, 2010
There are still a few spots left...it's not too late. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Keep checking back for more info!
Thursday, January 28, 2010
Wednesday, January 27, 2010
There seems to be some real buzz happening around IGNITE Syracuse! I posted the event last night at 5pm and by the time I got to my computer this morning, already 5 presenters have come forward. More details on the presentations to come soon.
So there are still spots left, but you better act fast, interest and excitement is growing quickly.
Here are the people signed up so far: Peter Michel, Corky Goss, Maarten Jacobs, Mark Povinelli, and John Peck.
Keep checking back for updates.
Monday, January 25, 2010
The 40Below Public Arts Task Force (PATF) will be hosting its third Ignite Syracuse event on Monday, March 8th, starting at 6:30pm at Bull and Bear pub in Hanover Square. It is part of a national phenomenon sweeping across major cities around the county. So what is Ignite Syracuse? It’s an evening of short talks with some special rules. In “Ignite” each speaker gets 5 minutes - but must have 20 slides and each slide must automatically progress in 15 seconds. This makes for fun and exciting presentations ranging from just about any topic the speaker can think of. Besides for that, it is just a fun evening to get together with friends, have some drinks, meet new people, and hear some creative ideas that are floating around Syracuse.
Right now the PATF is accepting presentation ideas. Anything is acceptable; all bets are off. So feel free to throw your hat in the ring to be a presenter at the next Ignite Syracuse event. The first 10 presenters will be accepted on a first-come-first-serve basis. Interested parties have until February 20th to submit this presentation ideas. If interested, please contact Maarten Jacobs, chair of the PATF, at 315-480-7678 or via e-mail at email@example.com. And if you plan on presenting, remember: 300 seconds is super short, so be precise, but please, remember that it is ok to breathe; there is no law that says you must fill every second with talking.
Past Ignite Syracuse events have been very successful. The first was held at Opus Bar and Lounge and featured 10 presenters and over 60 audience members. Presentations ranged from someone rapping to potatoes to someone talking about their idea of creating an urban arts and crafts market. In fact, the latter idea, thanks to their presentation, turned into a successful event in October featuring more than 30 artists, with roughly a thousand visitors checking out the market.
So come check out a crazy night of fun-loving banter, intelligent arts, and creative eye-candy. To learn more and to see pictures from past Ignite Syracuse events, check out the blog at ignitesyracuse.blogspot.com
Monday, September 28, 2009
Keep checking our blog daily for more info!