Keynote Speakers

We are pleased to announce the keynote speakers for Juice 3.0 - Celebrating Risk, November 4 & 5, 2011 in Camden, Maine at the Camden Opera House.  

Friday Morning 8:30-10:30

Love, The Bus (Seth Brown, Corey Mclean, and Tyler Dunham)

Jim Conlon, Bangor Savings Bank

Governor Angus King

Kerem Durdag, CEO, Biovation, LLC

Ben Sawyer, Digital Mill

Michael Kelly, Running Start Institute


After Lunch Friday 1:00-2:15

Kinetic Energy Alive

Laurie Lachance, Maine Development Foundation

Jeanne Hulit, New England Director of the Small Business Administration

Amy Applebaum, Applebaum, Inc.

Jane Lafleur, Friends of Midcoast Maine


End of Day Friday 4:15-5:15

Wesleigh Sterrs

Dr. Glenn Cummings, Good Will-Hinkley

Louisa McCall, Artists in Context

Roxanne Quimby, Elliotsville Plantation, Inc.


Saturday Morning 8:30-10:30

Donna McNeil, Maine Arts Commission

Eric Fischl, America Here and Now

Eliot Cutler, OneMaine, MaineAsia LLC

Ben Levine, Speaking Place

Betsy Biemann, Maine Technology Institute

Gino Bona, FearLess Revolution


After Lunch Saturday 1:00-2:15

YoYo People

Bettina Doulton, Cellardoor Winery

Chris Jones, Technology Enthusiast & Web Developer

Susan Coakley, Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships (NEEP)

Love, The Bus (Seth Brown, Corey Mclean, and Tyler Dunham)


End of Day Saturday 4:15-5:15

Chris Gates, Philanthropy for Active Civic Engagement

John Bielenberg, Project M/COMMON


Throwing Stones in a Pond of Ideas: Throwing Stones in a Pond of Ideas is an interactive single-channel video work which will reflect and interconnect diverse interpretations of the Juice 3.0 Conference theme of “celebrating risk” as offered by the conference attendees. The video screen will present different phrases that appear and disappear based the activity in the space. These phrases will progress sequentially in a logic similar to a word association game, with each new phrase finding common content with its predecessor. Discrete actions in the space will cause a phrase to appear, much as a stone cast into a body of water creates a surface patterning. The more activity in the space, the more activity on the screen.

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