Celebrate with hundreds of friends and colleagues from around the world at THE CREATIVE AGE Opening Jazz Brunch featuring the vibrant music of Lil’ Margie and the Saxman Band, a signature Washington DC phenomenon. Experience artmaking woven throughout the event as you network, dance, and dine to the strains of live jazz with sumptuous fare created in the Newseum kitchen of acclaimed Chef Wolfgang Puck.
Chairman Jane Chu of the National Endowment for the Arts of the United States and Internationally recognized poet John Killick of Scotland will explore THE CREATIVE AGE Global Realities, Imperatives, Possibilities to frame our experience of the leadership exchange.
Throughout the two-day Leadership Exchange, Bill Cleveland, Director of The Center for the Study of Art and Community will help guide, capture, and expand our dialogues in ways that will return us to our work around the world equipped, engaged, and energized. Along with a master team of artists to bring embodied learning to our experience, Bill will be interviewing participants while exploring and distilling sessions to capture ideas, innovation, and practice.