Cleveland, OH (PRWEB) March 15, 2007
The "tech czar" for the City of Cleveland, Michael DeAloia, will be the keynote speaker at this year's Notacon, April 27th-29th in downtown Cleveland. Mr. DeAloia will be delivering an address on the development of the creative economy in Cleveland. He will be appearing alongside other community leaders from Cleveland and around the world including Ed Morrison of I-Open, Dan Cuffaro of the Cleveland Institute of Art and many other notable speakers exploring the economic, cultural, and civic benefits of the interaction between technology, creativity, art and more.
Notacon is an annual conference held in downtown Cleveland, OH every April. Going into its fourth year, Notacon showcases technologies, arts, philosophy and creativity and explores the benefits of the collaborative interaction between these areas of interest. The primary goal of the conference is to bring together great minds from diverse backgrounds to enlighten, educate and entertain attendees and presenters alike and to encourage and facilitate their collaboration towards positive ends. More information about the conference, along with a complete speakers and presenters list is on the conference website at http://www.notacon.org