Imagine what might happen in a room full of Indiana’s most passionate artists, scientists, entrepreneurs, community organizers, educators, spiritual leaders, politicians, activists and communicators. Imagine this group spending an entire afternoon together. . . sharing a common experience, engaging in deep thinking, thoughtful discussion and open to new relationships.
Now picture yourself there too.
I’ve been a proud member of Smaller Indiana since its inception, and have watched it grow from a handful of members to nearly 6,000 people who live and work in the state and want to talk about its three C’s: community, culture, commerce.
Smaller Indiana is now hosting its Bigger Ideas, Smaller Indiana conference on Wednesday, June 24 at the Athenaeum Theatre at 401 E. Michigan Street, in downtown Indianapolis.
The list of pre-registered attendees looks like a veritable Who’s Who of Indiana’s thought leaders, visionaries, and community activists.
If you’re a big thinker and love talking about the big picture with people, you need to be here. Registration for the 5 hour event are $125, and you can register online here.
Speakers for the event include:
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