And if you’ve ever thought about getting up on stage and presenting, stop thinking about it and go submit your idea as soon as they open it up for submissions.
The 6th edition of Ignite Boise hits the town on Thursday, April 21st at the Egyptian Theatre in downtown Boise. Doors open to advance ticket holders at 6:00 p.m. (sorry, all tickets have been scooped up), and to the general public at 6:30. Everything on stage kicks off at 7:00.
If you’ve been to an Ignite Boise event in the past, you have a fairly good idea of what to expect, although from my experience, each one is just different enough to keep them interesting. If you’ve never been to one, however, now’s as good of a time as any to start.
Don’t miss it.
You’ve heard about it before. Perhaps you’ve even been to a past event. Well now it’s time to do it again.
As always, admission is free, but your best chance of ensuring that you’re able to take it all in is to get tickets. Which, by the way, are available today at 9:00 a.m.
See the Ignite Boise website for more details on the speaker lineups, their topics, and videos from past events.
Just a reminder for those in the Treasure Valley.
The Boise screening of ART & COPY will be this Thursday, March 18th at 7:00 p.m. at the Egyptian Theatre. Proceeds from the screening benefit TrICA – Treasure Valley Institute for Children’s Art. More details about the screening are available on Facebook.
And, to add a little personality to the event, here’s a reminder poster for the event designed by Drake Cooper’s Cale Cathey.
And, if you’d like your own copy of this poster, a PDF version is also available.
You’ve likely heard about it. I’ve written about it. And now, there’s a screening coming to Boise.
ART & COPY will be showing on Thursday, March 18th at the Egyptian Theatre in downtown Boise. The film is presented locally by Drake Cooper, and proceeds from the screening will benefit the non-profit organization TrICA (Treasure Valley Institute for Children’s Arts).
For those not yet familiar with the film:
ART & COPY is a powerful new film about advertising and inspiration. Directed by Doug Pray, it reveals the work and wisdom of some of the most influential advertising creatives of our time — people who’ve profoundly impacted our culture, yet are virtually unknown outside their industry.
Tickets can be purchased online, at the Egyptian Theatre’s box office, or at the door the day of the show.