October 01, 2009
Imaginevening Event Merges the Magic of Commerce and Creativity
A uniquely entertaining 21st century approach to business development debuts Wednesday October 14, 2009 when Imaginevening premieres for one night at the once top secret 140-seat George Lucas Theater in San Rafael, CA.
Created by Geoff Puckett, Imaginevening blends business networking and the creative arts into a night filled with audio and visual surprises, education and live music.
Imaginevening brings both business and creative minds together under the same roof to envision new projects and explore and understand diverse perspectives. Three guest speakers will present topics related to cutting edge experiential education, theme park conceptual design and the business of music.
Walt Disney Family Museum Founding Executive Director Richard Benefield will reveal the magic behind the opening of the new museum, the world famous man it chronicles, and the fascinating multi-year development story.
Former Disney Imagineer Nina Rae Vaughn brings her nearly quarter century of hand-drawn images together with stories about conceptually illustrating Disney theme parks amidst legendary Disney designers.
And lastly, Brooke Wentz will discuss her self-made role as a Bay Area music supervisor and music rights executive advising artists while licensing compositions for motion pictures, television, radio and special projects.
The hybrid networking event will be accentuated with live music from local composer Kit Walker. You can purchase tickets at Imaginevening. The event starts at 7 PM and the theatre location is 3210 Kerner Boulevard in San Rafael.
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