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#CreativeTechExpo - "What's New, What's Next?"
Saturday, March 2, 2013 from 12:00 PM to 5:00 PM (PST)
What's New, What's Next?
JOIN US at the Competitive Cluster's Annual Creative and Technology Expo on Saturday, March 2nd at Hartnell College located at 411 Central Avenue in Salinas from 12:00 noon - 5:00 p.m.
Did you know that our creative industries
have an annual output of nearly one billion dollars
and represent at least 7% of all jobs in Monterey County?
Come learn and explore this tremendous potential for growth in our region:
• Meet local innovators in film, video producers and investors.
• See what's new in gaming and simulation.
• Experience the trends in interactive training and education.
@ 12:30 PM
Joel Slayton, Executive Director of ZERO1 - where art meets technology to shape the future. He is a pioneer in fully developing the possibilities inherent in the nexus of art, science, and innovation.
@ 3:00 PM
Enid Baxter Blader, Artist, Associate Professor of Experimental Film and Chair of Teledramatic Arts at CSU Monterey Bay. She is an amazing artist and film maker and founder of the Monterey Bay Film Festival.
• Exhibitors Sharing Film,Video, Apps, Simulation, Games, e-Learning, Animation
• Digital Media Student Competition with Prizes
• Demos Promoting Local Creative Tech Success Stories
• Scavenger Hunt
• Creative Tech Producers, Students, Investors, Consumers and Creatively Curious
REGISTER TODAY!: $10 / person in advance on CreativeTechExpo.Eventbrite.com; $15 / person at the door. Students free w/ valid and current Student ID; pre-registration required.
EXHIBITORS: Vendor booths are available for $35 non-profits, $125 businesses - answer additional questions when you register on CreativeTechExpo.Eventbrite.com. REMEMBER to bring an extension cord / power strip!
QUESTIONS? Contact the Monterey County Business Council, (831) 582-3234 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you to our partners: Monterey County Business & Education Research Institute, Hartnell College, and Access Monterey Peninsula.
Thank you for the additional support provided by: Institute for Innovation & Economic Development, MCOE's Media Center for Arts, Education & Technology, Monterey Bay International Trade Association, MCBC's Monterey Bay Procurement Technical Assistance Center, Monterey County, and Garland Thompson, Jr.
The purpose of the C2 Creative & Technology Cluster is to bring more jobs and wealth to Monterey County by sharing ideas and resources to leverage existing and potential talent and expertise with a focus on film and video production, gaming and simulation, and interactive training and education.
When & Where
Monterey County Business Council
We are an alliance of business executives and professionals providing collaborative leadership to help people from business, government, education, and the community work together on countywide issues reflecting our organization's strong commitment to the environment, economic vitality, and quality of life.