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« Friday March 11, 2005 »
Start: 6:30 am

Learn how other regions have been successful in creating ready-to-go,
pre-permitted properties for development. Cleveland Neighborhood
Development Coalition, Shorebank and Westside Industrial Retention and

Start: 11:00 am

Anne Mulcahy, chairman and CEO, Xerox Corp., began her career selling
copiers in Boston, and over the last three years, has led the company
through a massive transformation--reinventing Xerox into an innovative

Start: 1:00 pm

Developing dialogue and inclusion: Building the Facilitation Community
in NEO

inquiry, deliberative discussion and other techniques of large group
facilitation are critical to our economic future. Northeast Ohio has has one of
the largest concentrations of trained facilitators in the country. David
Cooperrider at Case designed Appreciative Inquiry, and it is widely taught at
Case and Cleveland State. Kim Sebaly of Kent State University is one of the
nation's leading experts on deliberative discussion. The Gestalt Institute of
Cleveland is a global leader in providing training in personal growth and group

Start: 5:00 pm

the show:

Co-op member Andrew Kaletta will curate an exhibition of films, still
frames, photography and creative lamp and lighting installations for
our March show.

opening reception:

Friday, March 11 18, from 6pm-10pm
1836 W25th Suite 1B

Start: 7:00 pm

March of Crimes
1300 Gallery
Cleveland, OH
March 11 - April 9,
Opening Reception
March 11, 8 - 11pm

March of Crimes
Post No Bills. No Skateboarding. Vandals Will
Be Prosecuted. No Trespassing.