An Evening of Creative Exploration with Steven Fischer

On Thursday, September 1, 2011, BlueRock Productions LLC and Emmy® Award nominated producer Steven Fischer present Secrets of Success: The Nature of Creativity,
an interactive panel discussion exploring how a person can tap into his or her full creative potential.

What is genius? Do you have to suffer to succeed? What makes a good story? These are just some of the questions Fischer and his guests will discuss along with questions from the audience. Join us for a thought-provoking evening of inspired discussion.

Details and confirmed panelists:

Peggy Santiglia, singer/songwriter (PolyGram, United Artists) member of The Angels, noted for the 1963 pop hit, My Boyfriend’s Back.

Paul Iwancio, award-winning singer/songwriter and founder of Baltimore Songwriters Association.

Michelle La Perriere, Fine Artist and faculty member at Maryland Institute College of Art.

WHEN: Thursday, September 1, 2011
Doors open 6.30pm, program runs 7pm-9pm

WHERE: BlueRock Productions Studio
4226 Amos Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland 21215 (free parking)

RSVP: to ensure a seat, please email your RSVP to oldschooldocumentary@yahoo.com subject heading: Baltimore Panel.

Secrets of Success: The Nature of Creativity is a panel-driven seminar supporting Steven Fischer’s documentary on creativity, Old School New School, released worldwide by Snag Films in 2011. The movie features actor Brian Cox, jazz legend McCoy Tyner, and Oscar nominated cinematographer William Fraker, ASC. Link: http://www.snagfilms.com/films/title/old_school_new_school/

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