Oakmont Sunday Symposium
Sunday January 22nd 2017 -
The Oakmont Sunday Symposium provides a forum for speakers on diverse topics such as science, history, politics, culture and current events. Attendance is intended for Oakmont residents and their invited guests. Symposiums take place from 10:30 a.m. to noon at the East Recreation Center.
Jan. 22 – “Transforming in the midst of crises,” Rita George
Revolutionary new historical, archeological, and scientific discoveries shine a bright light on how Seven Principles – the Phoenician Blueprint – was used by the ancient Phoenician culture to create peace and prosperity for 3,000 years, even though they were surrounded by larger, warlike neighbors. As a descendant of the Phoenicians and a transformational strategist and author who has turned around individual lives and businesses in transition for over 30 years, Rita George brings insight on how evolutionary transformation is unfolding in the midst of a crisis-cycle of history, how the country is divided by two different worldviews, how this ancient wisdom illustrates a bigger picture of history linked to the last political election, and how the wisdom can resolve modern day crises.
Jan. 29 – “How can live theater compete in this new digital world,” Wendy Wisely
Today’s audiences need only hit a button or run a finger along a touchscreen to bring up endless entertainment and educational content, and all from the comfort of their couches. How can live theatre compete with that? Acting, writing and directing throughout the Bay Area for over two decades, Wendy Wisely will make the case for live theatre in a digital world.