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“The adventure and experience are sacred. This is the Imagination Age!” — Rita King
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+ What brings you to Bioneers?
+ How do you see permaculture?
+ What are the important stories about the future in your world?
+ Transition or crash?
+ Mass media control vs. bloggers? Who has the news? Why should we watch + ABC World News?
+ What is going to change about capitalism?
+ How do you see the classic myths vs. new myths?
+ Campbell talks about initiation. What is this to you?
+ What is sacred to you? How do you know?
+ Impact of music on creativity?
+ Open source collaboration tools?
Short Bios –
Rita J. King founded Dancing Ink Productions toward a new global economy in the Imagination Age. In this capacity she is thrilled to serve as the Executive Vice President for Business Development at Science House. King has served as Innovator-in-Residence at IBM’s Analytics Virtual Center, a former Senior Fellow at The Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs in New York City and a current Senior Fellow at the Center for the Study of the Presidency & Congress in Washington DC. Her essays, various writings and works of art have been commissioned, published and exhibited globally.
Joshua S. Fouts is Executive Director of Science House Foundation, a 501(c)3 not-for-profit dedicated to igniting the imagination and bringing the excitement of science to students around the world. Fouts is a writer, journalist, gamer and technologist. He has worked at the forefront of exploring and chronicling the evolving use of emergent technology for journalism, government, academia and the private sector. He is a senior fellow for Digital Media and Public Policy at the Center for the Study of the Presidency & Congress, a Next Generation Fellow at The American Assembly, and Executive Producer at Dancing Ink Productions. Since 2007 he has been collaborating with Rita J. King the founder of Dancing Ink Productions on a groundbreaking series of projects that explore the development of a new global culture and economy. Their 2011 project, “IMAGINATION: Creating the Future of Education & Work,” explored the intersection between K-12 science education, technology evolution and 21st Century workforce preparedness.