Poetry: what exactly am I writing? (PAB2012 session by Brandon Wint)

Excerpts from slam poet Brandon Wint‘s PAB2012 session about creativity, the creative process and the relationship between creativity and life.

PAB was an annual three-day conference about creativity, content creation, audience engagement and online relationship building. The conference flourished on a reputation of strong content and a welcoming community, attracting participants from as far away as the U.K. and South America for speaking sessions, popular five-minute JOLTs, workshops, panel discussions, and social activities. PAB2012 was the seventh and final PAB conference.

Thank you to our sponsors: The National Arts CentreHunt Club VolkswagenRogic and Full Duplex.

Who the Hell do You Think You’re Talking to? (PAB2012 JOLT! by Maureen Blaseckie)

Maureen Blaseckie‘s PAB2012 JOLT! highlights the importance of tapping into yourself which is what will help others connect with your story.

PAB was an annual three-day conference about creativity, content creation, audience engagement and online relationship building. The conference flourished on a reputation of strong content and a welcoming community, attracting participants from as far away as the U.K. and South America for speaking sessions, popular five-minute JOLTs, workshops, panel discussions, and social activities. PAB2012 was the seventh and final PAB conference.

Thank you to our sponsors: The National Arts CentreHunt Club VolkswagenRogic and Full Duplex.

 

Maximizing Your Social Media ROI (PAB2012 session by Rob Lee)

Excerpts from Rob Lee’s PAB2012 session in which he highlights the incredible value of Relationships Over the Internet (ROI) using his own experiences to illustrate the point.

PAB was an annual three-day conference about creativity, content creation, audience engagement and online relationship building. The conference flourished on a reputation of a strong content and a welcoming community, attracting participants from as far away as the U.K. and South America for speaking sessions, popular five-minute JOLTs, workshops, panel discussions, and social activities. PAB2012 was the seventh and final PAB conference.

Thank you to our sponsors: The National Arts CentreHunt Club VolkswagenRogic and Full Duplex.

Out (PAB2012 JOLT! by Bill Deys JOLT)

In his PAB2012 JOLT!, Bill Deys shares some of his own experiences finding problems that need solving and creating community-building environments.

PAB was an annual three-day conference about creativity, content creation, audience engagement and online relationship building. The conference flourished on a reputation of a strong content and a welcoming community, attracting participants from as far away as the U.K. and South America for speaking sessions, popular five-minute JOLTs, workshops, panel discussions, and social activities. PAB2012 was the seventh and final PAB conference.

Thank you to our sponsors: The National Arts CentreHunt Club VolkswagenRogic and Full Duplex.

Using the Tools of Journalism to Create Better Content (PAB2012 session by Bob Ledrew)

Excerpts from Bob Ledrew’s PAB2012 session in which he explored what creatives and content producers can learn from the practices and structures of journalism.

PAB was an annual three-day conference about creativity, content creation, audience engagement and online relationship building. The conference flourished on a reputation of strong content and a welcoming community, attracting participants from as far away as the U.K. and South America for speaking sessions, popular five-minute JOLTs, workshops, panel discussions, and social activities. PAB2012 was the seventh and final PAB conference.

Thank you to our sponsors: The National Arts CentreHunt Club VolkswagenRogic and Full Duplex.

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PAB2012 “Family Photo”
Film photo by John Meadows.

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