Now & Forever Yours: Letters to an Old Soldier, directed by Old School New School director/producer Steven Fischer, appears as a resource in the 2010 book Stealing Secrets: How A Few Daring Women Deceived Generals, Impacted Battles, and Altered the Course of the Civil War By H. Donald Winkler and in the book Westminster, Vermont, 1735-2000: Township Number One by Jessie Haas.
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On Monday and Tuesday, November 12-13, at Chapman University in Orange, CA, Steven Fischer presents interactive creativity workshops exploring creative self-development. The workshops support Fischer’s documentary on creativity, Old School New School.
On Thursday, November 8, at Flintridge Prep near Pasadena, CA, Steven Fischer presents an interactive writing workshop covering effective communication techniques, narrative structure, character development and more. The workshop supports Fischer’s documentary on creative self-development, Old School New School.
On Saturday, November 3, at the Illinois Center for Broadcasting Steven Fischer presents an interactive writing workshop covering effective communication techniques, narrative structure, character development and more. The workshop supports Fischer’s documentary on creative self-development, Old School New School.
Date: Sat. Nov 3, 2012
Address: Illinois Center for Broadcasting, 530 S. State Street, Chicago, IL 60605
For additional details about sign up and fee contact ICB at 312.884.8000 for more details.
Who are you? What do you most wish for?
Krzysztof Kieslowski asked these two deceptively simple questions to 100 people ranging in age from 1- to 100-years old. The result is the documentary Gadajace glowy
This is a wonderfully insightful, profound look at the human condition. Enjoy.
– Steven Fischer
A simple question about personal creative development over a cup of coffee led to a four-year journey of
enlightenment in which Steven Fischer (a two-time Emmy® Award nominated writer/producer noted for artistic
and socially conscious storytelling) uncovered insights about success, risk, individuality and so much more. In
this session, he will present and discuss some of the techniques that have contributed to his creative success and
show excerpts from his award winning documentary, Old School New School- a personal study on creativity.
Place: National Louis University
Monday, June 18, 2012
5202 Old Orchard Road, Skokie, IL 60077
Phone: (224) 233-2366
Join us Saturday, April 28, 2012 at the Acorn Theater in Three Oaks, Michigan for a stimulating discussion on creative self development.
Location: Acorn Theater, 107 Generations Drive, Three Oaks, MI 49128
Date: Sat, Apr 28, 2012
Allen Turner, Chairman of the board of Columbia College Chicago’s Board of Trustees
Barbara Allen, Emmy Award winning producer, “DuSable to Obama”.
Corky Siegel, musician: Siegel-Schwall Band and the Chamber Blues group
Rick Kogan, creator/host, “The Sunday Papers with Rick Kogan” (WGN Radio)
Kim Clark, Emmy nominated producer; Artistic Director, Acorn Theatre
Steven Fischer, two-time Emmy nominated producer of Old School New School with Brian Cox.
On Thursday, April 5 at 6pm we will be having an interactive panel discussion at the Chicago Cultural Center about mortality and creativity.
“In my beginning is my end. In my end is my beginning.” These two poetic statements, which frame one of T. S. Eliot’s Four Quartets, capture the spirit of this panel discussion about the ways in which awareness of our own mortality impacts our life’s meaning, our creativity, and our resilience to adversity.
Leah Roth-Howe is a descendant of Holocaust survivors. She draws on her family’s legacy to better understand the causes of genocide and uses the arts as a means of healing. In 2008, Leah led educational and art workshops in Cambodia for Khmer Rouge genocide survivors and their family members.
Omer Mozaffar was born in Karachi, Pakistan and is a lifelong member of the Chicago Muslim Community. He teaches Islamic studies at University of Chicago (Graham School), Loyola University, and Islamic centers throughout the city.
Dr. Todd DuBose has 25 years of experience in various modes of caring for others in tragic and/or “boundary” situations – from trauma chaplaincy and pastoral care to the arts of clinical psychology, focusing his work on the interplay between suffering, meaning, and care, and the inherent spirituality within this process. Dr. DuBose is an Associate Professor at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology and a licensed existential-phenomenological psychologist.
Steven Fischer, who will facilitate the discussion, is a two-time Emmy® nominated writer/producer known for films that explore the human condition. His latest documentary, Old School New School, examines the nature of creativity with actor Brian Cox.
Hours: 6pm – 7.30pm
Chicago Cultural Center
78 E. Washington Street, 5th Floor Washington Room
Chicago, IL 60602
This event is a part of the lecture series Starting from Scratch: The Psychology of Beginning, sponsored by The Chicago School of Professional Psychology.
Morbid Curiosity showcases collector Richard Harris’s nearly 1,000 works, including creations by many of the greatest artists of our time, which explore the iconography of death and human mortality. This exhibition of art, artifacts, installations, and decorative objects reflects the breadth of artistic expression on this topic across a variety of cultural and spiritual traditions and through almost six centuries.
For more details visit: Chicago Cultural Center