The Carey Institute for Global Good invites you to An Evening with Duane Fernandez, Tuesday September 15, 2015.
As part of the Modeling Life in the Lab Symposium, Director Duane Fernandez’s Keynote Address is open to the public. Duane Fernandez has worked with actors, filmmakers, studios, startups and brands to achieve a variety of goals. Everything from launching new products or film, to winning Academy Awards. One such endeavor is the “Left Field Project”.
How does someone become a world-renowned architect, a Grammy-winning producer or an Oscar-winning cinematographer? With a series of interviews, Left Field Project captures what drives the world’s most progressive designers, artists and creators. Left Field Project began as an inside look into the mechanics of inspiration, searching for what drives an individual to create. The end result was something far more fascinating.
Duane will offer insights from Left Field based upon hundreds of interviews with people as diverse as Dr. Danah Boyd, a principal researcher at Microsoft Research and the founder of the Data and Society Research Institute, and Craftsman Nicholas Hollows, founder of Hollows Leather goods.
To attend call 518-880-6860 or email Christian Renken firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dinner at 6:00 pm. Talk begins at 7:00 pm. Reception immediately afterwards.
$55.00 per person includes Dinner.
A limited number of rooms are available for $100 which includes Breakfast.