Playwright, Elinore Siminovitch and molecular biologist, Lou Siminovitch had a marriage that beautifully symbolized the bond between arts and sciences. They understood first hand how both fields were in pursuit of the mysteries of human existence.
Join us for a conversation led by some of Canada’s top theatre-makers and scientific minds that will explore what scientists can learn from artists, what artists can learn from scientists and how the union of the two is a key to creativity.
Jillian Keiley, Artistic Director, NAC English Theatre
Dr. Suvendrini Lena, Neurologist and Playwright
Antonia Leney-Granger, Artistic director, Théâtre du Renard
Yvette Nolan, Playwright, Director, Dramaturg
Dr. Laurel Trainor, Cognitive Psychologist and Director of LIVELab
Did you miss the inaugural Siminovitch Forum on Innovation?
Good news – you can still watch a recording of the panel discussion.
Here’s what some of the audience had to say:
“Brilliant forum today, the discourse is exciting and so necessary! The Siminovitch fora could become the new “salons” for innovation, creativity and community building across our country! BRAVO!”
“It is a much-needed intellectual exploration which I have missed as much as live theatre!”
“This is exactly the conversation that I have been waiting for to understand and consider the future.”
“Thank you for this talk, great panelists and an amazing topic. You really inspired me and I have a million questions and ideas now. Thank you for bringing us together.”
“Such constructive insights into the growth of the digital world, its possibilities and its drawbacks as seen from the professionals point of view.”
“Excellent event. One of the most engaging I’ve attended over the last year. Got to the point quickly. Awesome panelists.”
“Great to hear some positivity and inspiration for our industry.”
The Siminovitch Forum is a series of events stimulating dialogue on theatre innovation. A lively panel discussion will be followed by small group conversations.
Gail Asper, O.C., O.M.
McLean Smits Family Foundation