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Occupy Lucid NYC
We've got an amazing lineup for October's Lucid event with Marc Schiller from the Wooster Collective and BOND Strategy and Influence, talking about "Art vs Advertising. The War For Our Public Space." We also have trans-media mavens Evan Schechtman and James Spindler from @Radical Media who are posing the question on everyone's mind: what do johnny cash, the world's largest cities and the entire ocean have in common? Our third presentation will be a panel with several Occupy Wall Street leaders discussing the movement.
Of course, most importantly, you'll be there.
Marc is the CEO and Founder of the New York based digital brand strategy and marketing agency, BOND Strategy and Influence. Under Marc's direction, BOND Strategy and Influence is now successfully consulting a broadening array of consumer products and service companies, from video games and executive recruitment to baby care, financial services and more.
Evan Schechtman and James Spindler
Schechtman is Chief Technology Ofﬁce (CTO) and Spindler is Chief Creative Officer (CCO) of @radical.media a global transmedia company that creates some of the world’s most innovative content across all forms of media.
The company develops, produces and distributes award-winning projects in a variety of media including television, digital, feature films, music programming, commercials, graphic and interactive design, exhibitions, events, and original photography, with offices in New York, Los Angeles, Berlin, Sydney and Shanghai. The company’s global network has given it a foundation for identifying and incubating in-house and new talent, while offering their client base a worldwide platform for the production, development and distribution of content.
The company has been honored with an Academy Award®, Emmys®, a Golden Globe®, Grammys®, Webbys, The Smithsonian Cooper-Hewitt National Design Award for Communication Design, two Palme d’Ors at the Cannes Lions International Advertising Festival, and just about every other accolade and trophy associated with the advertising, marketing, and programming businesses.
Wall Street Occupation Leaders
We'd be remiss to exclude the biggest news of the day, if not the decade. In a bit of a departure from our normal format, we are going to conduct a panel discussion on Occupy Wall Street featuring several leaders at the vanguard of the movement.
Because of the nature of their work, we can't advertise their names, but we promise a lively discussion.