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The keynotes by Charles Hambleton focus on the power of dreaming and systems for making change. Charles Hambleton describes how shooting 'The Cove' was done through stealthy strategies and adaptive practices.
Charles Hambleton studied English at Roanoke College in Virginia, and environmental microbiology at the University of Vermont. He worked as a dive master, commercial diver, sailor and discovered numerous wrecks around the Caribbean. He worked with the Marine Department for the 'Pirates of the Caribbean' films, and as the associate producer of 'The Cove.'
The keynotes by Charles Hambleton look at art as a form of activism, and he shows that many diffeent skills can raise awareness. No one is too busy to make change, and abstract ideas can make all of the difference.
Featured Keynote - Art as Activism
This Charles Hambleton Speech Explores the Process of Making Change
This Charles Hambleton speech outlines the correlation between activism, technology and art. Hambleton is the associate producer and director of clandestine operations of the Academy Award-winning... Read More