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THE BIG IDEA SESSION NOW ONLINE


On May 20, 2016, the National Center for Arts & Technology convened some of the most innovative and provocative thinkers of our time at NCAT’s inaugural Big Idea Session. The presentations, now available online, are brief, but powerful. They provide keen insights about how we might improve society’s quality of life through the lenses of arts, education and technology. Below are a list of presenters and their topics available now on NCAT’s website at www.ncat-mbc.org.


PAULO NZAMBI – THE BELGIAN SCROLL


HENRY THORNE – LIVING ON TOP


WILLIAM GENERETT JR. – LESSONS FROM SHIMABARA


JOE BAILEY – A CHANGE IS GONNA COME


VILLY WANG – MEDIA FORCE


PATRICK D. GALLAGHER – EVOLVING EDUCATION


CAROLINA PAIS-BARRETO BEYERS – THE PIECE WE KEEP


DROR YOSEF YARON – MAKE IMPACT


GLORIA REUBEN – HERE’S TO LIFE


DEBRA LAM – MY FUTURE CITY


NCAT LAUNCHES NEW TEMOKU SOFTWARE


Since 2014, MCG Youth & Arts and NCAT have collaborated to create an online platform that supports the day-to-day management of youth arts operations. These efforts led to the launch of Temoku, a cloud-based tool that supports Center for Arts & Technology (CAT) youth arts staff with online registration, attendance management, reporting and program scheduling. In addition to providing a digital space to capture program data, Temoku has allowed MCG staff to monitor specific program outcomes and analyze trends over time. Now in its second year of use, Temoku will continue its extension across the CAT network and evolve as a tool for evaluation and program management.


DERRIUS QUARLES – THE WEB


DAVID MOTLEY – THE CAKE


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