Media Tech Chair to Re-Imagine Arts in Digital Age
Woodbury University's Jesse Gilbert, chair of media technology, will be part of an expert panel at the Burbank Arts for All Foundation's Creative Circles Forum: Media Experts Talk Media Arts: “Re-Imagining Burbank Arts Education in the Digital Age.” Sponsored by Warner Bros. Telepictures Productions, the forum will take place from 7-9 p.m. on Thursday, March 17 at the Colony Theatre in Burbank.
During the one-hour panel discussion, panelists will explore media arts, creativity, technology, and innovation. In addition to Woodbury's Gilbert, the panel will include educators and senior executives in the media arts industry, including:
- Bob Mohler, senior vice president of digital media, Warner Bros.' Telepictures Productions
- Jennifer Romolini, editor-in-chief/editorial director, Yahoo! Shine and Yahoo! Lifestyles
- Richard Lightfoot, media arts teacher, Jordan Middle School and Burbank Arts for All Foundation grantee
The forum will be moderated by Phil Cooke, writer, producer, director, and co-founder of Cooke Pictures.
Tickets are available online by clicking HERE. The Colony Theatre is located at 555 N. 3rd St., Burbank. The one-hour panel discussion will be followed by a hosted wine and cheese reception.
Burbank Arts for All Foundation hosts these forums to bring together our community in support of the arts, arts education, and creative innovation in Burbank. The foundation's mission is to ensure every student in Burbank public schools receives a quality arts education as part of their core curriculum.