#ignitebaltimore 9 has a great lineup

If you have not been to an ignite evening… Find one and go enjoy.

Each presenter has 20 slides . Each slide is on screen for 15 seconds. 5 minutes total to present. Nerve wrackong and exhilarating for presenters.

The final program for Ignite Baltimore 9 on September 15. It goes something like this:

  • Ron Schmelzer – The Virtues of Failure
  • Amy Sens – 10 Things You (Probably) Didn’t Know About Jesus
  • Matt Snow – Art School: Who Needs It, Who Doesn’t, and How There IS Such a Thing as Objective Art
  • Whitelock Community Farm – Seeing an abandoned lot as an opportunity
  • Andy Mangold – Gutenberg, Morse, Zuckerberg?
  • Ivana Miranda – Meredith Baxter meets Sarah Palin
  • Jeremy Kargon – Philibert de l’Orme???s ???Bad??? and ???Good??? Architects: We Need Them Both
  • Thom Hawkins – Nine Dots: What a Classic Puzzle Teaches Us About How We Plan
  • Jason McCool – How Gustav Mahler’s Music Will Make Your Head Go All Explodey
  • Bill Ferguson – Revitalizing Baltimore City – One Political Race at a Time
  • Philip Ravita – The recording Ban of 1942, a snapshot of labor realtions in the arts
  • Mel Brennan – HERE AND NOW: How Baltimore Can Launch a National Citizen Renaissance
  • Nate Larson – Artists Desktops
  • Newt Fowler – A Canvas for Innovation
  • Gabriel Key – Reclaiming a Sense of Place for Food in America
  • Stacey Peterson – A Call to Teachers: Taking Back the Classroom
  • Kathleen Gillespie – The Baltimore Harbor…Just look in it!
  • Will Noel – A Blast from the Past

Check out http://ignitebaltimore.com

I will be tweeting interesting stuff at #ignitebaltimore during the evening.

Mark Scrimshire

….Sent from my iPhone

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