ADVERTISING FOR PEOPLE WHO DON’T LIKE ADVERTISING CONFERENCE SERIES & EXHIBIT
KesselsKramer is partnering with the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles for a 3-day event about the current state and near future of the marketing industry and the ever-growing interface of art and culture with entertainment and advertising.
For 3 inspiring days we’ll be in the company of some illuminating people, discussing how we can help culture, commerce and content get along and create communications that connects with people in a truthful, meaningful way.
Limited seats are still available, so please rsvp, and come say hello between panels.
DAY 2 – MAR 1st
Ahmanson Auditorium at MOCA Grand Avenue
Panels Moderated by Gary Baum, Senior Writer at the Hollywood Reporter.
Panel 1: YouTube and The Renaissance of Digital Content
Emma Reeves (Creative Director, MOCAtv), David Charles (ECD KesselsKramer), Kathleen Grace (Manager Production and Programming YouTube Space LA), Garfunkle and Oates (YouTube Stars), Nicole St Jean (Director of Artist Relations, Topspin)
Keynote Address: “A New Age of Storytelling”
KesselsKramer founder and TED speaker Erik Kessels will share his vision for the current and near future state of brand storytelling.
Panel 2: 2013, The Year Branded Entertainment Reaches It’s Maturity
David Gale (VP, MTV Cross-Media), Dave Bell (CCO KesselsKramer) Tariq Muhammed Walker (VP Branded Experiences AOL), Jesse McMillin (Creative Director, Virgin America) and Robert Cameron (SVP, Marketing Belvedere at Moet Hennessy)
10pm to midnight
At SPIN at The Standard Hotel
AFPWDLA EXHIBIT – OPENING NIGHT MARCH 2
KK Los Angeles (Chinatown)
On Saturday evening, to celebrate the conference and give attendees the opportunity to meet, KK Gallery will host the opening for the “Advertising for People Who Don’t Like Advertising” exhibit, which will showcase a multi-media installation from the world of KesselsKramer.
DJ set by Holly Marilyn
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