Steven Fischer Lecture on Creativity at Chicago Creative Coalition

The Chicago Creative Coalition presents Steven Fischer and Lance Brett Hall sharing their expertise to help us find our voice and tell our story.

Steven Fischer, producer of Old School New School, the acclaimed documentary on creativity with Brian Cox, presents a lecture on the 5 Ways We Nurture Creativity.

Coach and consultant Lance Brett Hall helps creative people talk about their work and vision in a way that’s engaging, brief, passionate and precise.

Click here for more details.
Monday March 10, 2014
6:30 p.m. networking
7-9 p.m. program

1735 N. Ashland (the Mural Building)
parking in lots north and south of the building available, as well as street parking

$10 admission for members of C3, IWOC, CWIP, Chicago Web Pros & tenants of the Mural Building
$20 general admission
$5 student admission


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One Response to “Steven Fischer Lecture on Creativity at Chicago Creative Coalition”

  1. fairybelinda Says:


    Congratulations on your next lecture presentation.  You must tell me how it all goes.  And thank you for the info. on the Alumni event.  Sounds interesting.

    This continues to be a tough winter for us and we’re about ready to throw in the towel.  Joan fell on the ice a week or so ago, injuring her lower back and tail bone.  She has been in considerable pain ever since but sadly there’s nothing can be done to relieve the pain except medication and time–possibly 4-6 weeks.  And we continue to be without heat almost every other day.  Water got into the oil tank after Christmas and with the cold temperatures, the water freezes in the tank and the boiler shuts down.  But we can only hope that when the warmer weather comes, the problem will go away.

    But we try to look at the bright side of things and keep working on the summer projects.

    With affection,


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