March 26, 27, & 28, 2020 Santa Barbara, California
If you are going to EPIC this year, you are in for a real treat. Last week I was with Dr. Steve Ralph—founder of EPIC—at Pepperdine University in Malibu, where the Strategic Play team hosted the Strategic Storytelling with LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® methods.
After the training, we, along with Laura Adams—EPIC Artistic Director—took a quick trip up the highway to Santa Barbara. Lucky us! We toured the Music Academy of the West venue and grounds, the perfect location for the 2020 EPIC Summit. This is an amazing venue right on the Pacific Ocean, with miles of sandy beaches. For anyone experiencing the end of winter in March, this should be music to your ears. It is once again part of the experience. After you arrive you will understand why Steve selected this location for disconnection to reconnect.
The number of participants will be limited to 200, purposely designed for connecting and community building. The lineup of amazing speakers, excellent breakouts, interesting panelists, and creative activities is coming together in perfect harmony. If you are interested in a creative and transformational experience unlike anything you have ever experienced, register now for EPIC. Remember the 200-person limit—don’t procrastinate!
Below: Photos from EPIC 2019
Strategic Play Global will once again be a proud sponsor of this non-profit event, so expect to see a few bricks and lots of our community members in attendance. We’ll be offering breakouts and sitting on panels. I’m also happy to announce I have accepted a position on the EPIC conference advisory board. I am very excited to lend a hand to such an amazing organization.
As part of the EPIC offering, Strategic Play Global is also working on an EPIC impact project. This year the project will soon be announced. The project will be happening in early February. More news to be announced shortly!