Juno-award winning musician to talk about creativity
David Usher, the Juno-award-winning solo artist and front man in acclaimed rock band Moist, will be talking about creativity as the keynote speaker at the Ontario Bar Association’s annual OBA Institute event.
Usher, in addition to being an award-winning musician who has sold more than 1.4 million albums, is also an acknowledged creativity expert. His unique approach is to use music and video to show how people can improve their own creativity or that of their business.
Usher heads a company called CloudID Creativity Labs which brings together artists, programmers and designers to collaborate and work on projects. He is a member of the advisory board of McGill University’s Institute for the Public Life of Art and Ideas and is co-founder of the Connexion Creativity Conference.
OBA Institute, an annual continuing professional development conference for lawyers, features 310 speakers and 24 exhibitors. It happens Feb. 6-7 at Toronto’s Westin Harbour Castle Convention Centre and Feb. 8 at the OBA’s convention centre at 20 Toronto Street.
Usher will appear at OBA Institute on Thursday, February 6 at 12:15 pm.
More information about the David Usher event can be found at oba.org/institute2014/specialEvents/Keynote-Lunch
Information on how to register for OBA Institute can be found at oba.org/Institute2014