Washington State's Imagination Conversation

How can Washington State thrive in the Age of Imagination?
Please join us for this FREE event.

Lincoln Center Institute for the Arts in Education is fueling the development of imaginative thinking nationwide through the Imagination Conversations, a series of moderated public panels to be held in all 50 states.  On October 16th, Guiding Lights Network will bring the conversation home to Washington State!
Our distinguished panelists include Linda Hartzell (Director of Seattle Children's Theater), Claudia Kauffman (WA State Senator, 47th District), Erik Lindbergh (Pilot, Artist, and Director of the Lindbergh Foundation), Dr. Harmit Malik (Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center) and Dr. Yoky Matsuoka (Neurobotics Lab at the University of Washington). 
Discussion moderated by Eric Liu (Seattle author and founder of Guiding Lights Network) and Scott Noppe-Brandon (Executive Director of Lincoln Center Institute), co-authors of the new book Imagination First.

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