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Wednesday, April 13
 

9:30am

Motown Museum
Limited Capacity seats available
Tickets are required to attend NewCo.
If you are not able to add this session to your schedule, visit our TICKETS PAGE.
Session Title: Creativity, Innovation and Entrepreneurship: The Legacy of the Motown Sound

Attendees will walk in the footsteps of Motown legends, like Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye and Diana Ross, and stand in the space where the Motown Sound was conceived-- the result of an unmatched level of creativity, innovation and determination. Our session will include an introduction of the deep musical, cultural and social influence that continues to impact society today. Plus we?ll tour Studio A, and hear insider anecdotes about how innovation, grit and creativity played a crucial role in the legacy formed inside the ?house that rocked the world? on West Grand Boulevard.

Presenters
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Robin R. Terry

Chairmwoman and CEO, Motown Museum

Host Companies
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Motown Museum

We protect, preserve and narrate the deep cultural, social and historical significance of the Motown legacy, a Detroit export that serves as an example of the grit, determination and entrepreneurial vision that are all part of Detroit's spirit at its absolute best. We offer an educational... Read More →


Wednesday April 13, 2016 9:30am - 10:30am
Motown Museum 2648 W. Grand Blvd, Detroit, MI 48208

9:30am

Detroit Institute of Arts
Limited Capacity seats available
Tickets are required to attend NewCo.
If you are not able to add this session to your schedule, visit our TICKETS PAGE.
Session Title: This is Your Museum - Visitors and the DIA Exhibition Development Process

 In this interactive session, discover how the DIA incorporates visitors’ voices and perspectives into the stories we tell about our collection and our special exhibitions. Hear from members of the DIA’s award-winning interpretation team, who will offer a behind-the-scenes view into how everyday people transform museum work.

Special Instructions for Attendees: Please enjoy complimentary parking in the DIA’s main parking lot off of John R. Street. Inform the attendant that you are with the NewCo Group to gain access. Enter the museum through the entrance on John R. Street and staff inside the museum will help direct you to Kresge Court. The café in Kresge Court opens at 9am should you wish to purchase a refreshment to enjoy during the session.  

Presenters
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Jennifer Czajkowski

VP - Learning and Interpretation, Detroit Institute of Arts
avatar for Megan DiRienzo

Megan DiRienzo

---, Detroit Institute of Arts
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Alison Jean

Interpretive Planner, Detroit Institute of Arts

Host Companies
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Detroit Institute of Arts

Citizens of Detroit established the Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA) in 1885 to provide an organized arts and cultural presence in their city. Last year, over 677,000 guests visited the museum. They enjoyed selections from a collection of 65,000 artworks that survey human creativity... Read More →


Wednesday April 13, 2016 9:30am - 10:30am
Detroit Institute of Arts 5200 Woodward Avenue, Detroit, MI 48202

1:30pm

LTGraphics, Studio and Showroom
Limited Capacity seats available
Tickets are required to attend NewCo.
If you are not able to add this session to your schedule, visit our TICKETS PAGE.
Session Title: Catering To The Creativity In You


We will be displaying a extremely unique graphic arts and fine arts collection of Detroit area artists works. Along with all of the above we have for sale: graphic and fine works of art, gee clays/prints, greeting cards, Detroit centered swag, hand crafted jewelry and wood works by Sit On It Detroit. We are located in the historic, beautifully restored Sugar Hill Building in Midtown Detroit.

Our guests will take part in a unique art experience. During our presentation we will explain the importance of branding and give you some great tips on how to brand yourself and/or your company. There will be light refreshment served.

Presenters
avatar for Lititia White

Lititia White

Creative Director / CEO, LTGraphics, Studio and Showroom

Host Companies

1:30pm

Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit
Limited Capacity seats available
Tickets are required to attend NewCo.
If you are not able to add this session to your schedule, visit our TICKETS PAGE.
Session Title: It's an Artist's World

Augusta Morrison, Education Associate at MOCAD, will lead a one hour tour showing attendees four brand new exhibitions by artists Chloë Brown, Ragnar Kjartansson, Steve Shaw and Dave Eggers. After the tour, stay for an insightful and meaningful discussion on the importance of arts in our culture and the positive contributions it has made to society.


Special Instructions from Host Company to Attendees:  Our parking lot is located off of Garfield St. We recommend taking John R to Garfield. If you are traveling from I-75 northbound take the exit at Mack Ave. to John R north. If you are traveling southbound on I-75, take the Warren exit west to John R south. Visitors traveling from the M-10 Lodge Freeway take the Forest Ave exit east to John R south. Please call the Museum at 313.832.6622 if you need further assistance

Presenters
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Augusta Morrison

Education Associate, Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit

Host Companies
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Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit

MOCAD offers excellent educational and public programming to the public. Most of our events are programs are free making events at MOCAD accessible to the public. Our exhibitions and visual art experience offers platforms for local, national, and international artists a space to exhibit... Read More →


4:30pm

Detroit Institute of Music Education
Limited Capacity seats available
Tickets are required to attend NewCo.
If you are not able to add this session to your schedule, visit our TICKETS PAGE.
Session Title: Music Education is a four letter word: DIME

Navigating your way round the music industry is a complicated business, and learning from experience is the best way. DIME’s founders and instructors have that experience. All of our high-level courses are for musicians and entrepreneurs who wish to excel and maximize their musical ability, whilst learning how the industry works. Take a tour of the classrooms, meet our staff, and see how our hands-on-instrument approach to teaching is changing the face of the higher education system. 

Presenters
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Elise McCoy

Head of Recruiting and Admissions, Detroit Institute of Music Education
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Karl Middleton

Head of Institute, Detroit Institute of Music Education
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Paul Schauert

Head of Education, Detroit Institute of Music Education

Host Companies
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Detroit Institute of Music Education

DIME is a music institute offering undergraduate courses and certificates in performance, songwriting and music entrepreneurship.