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Margie and a student at Red Springs Middle SchoolMargie conducts an after-school art program for Red Springs Middle School students considered "at risk" with
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A nice note from Jef Lambdin, Cultural Arts Coordinator of
Communities In Schools of Robeson County, NC.
   

     
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"India: A Country of Mystery and Diversity" happened on October 28, 2009.
An evening of beauty, wonder, engagement and an overall good time!
Sponsors and participants:
The University of North Carolina at Pembroke's Office of Multicultural and Minority Affairs
along with the Diversity Committee for Communities of Interest.
In this photo: Mr. Virgil Oxendine, Dr. Sivanadane Mandjiny, Dr. Shilpa Pai Regan,
Dr. John Antoine Labadie, Professor Margie Labadie, Dr. Gangadhar Hiremath,
Professor Sailaja Vallabha, Mr. Robert Canida.
(Photo: November 15 edtion, UNCP Braves Bulletin)



     
Margie stands in front of the poster with the People's Choice award blue ribbon.
Winning the People's Choice Award at the
2009 New Media Consortium Summer Conference
in Monterey, California, John & Margie Labadie's poster
"Digital Art Through Transmedia Processes" illustrates ten years of work in digital fine art practice, photography, service and teaching.
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From the UNCP Braves Bulletin, April 2008, by Scott Bigelow
Article from UNC Pembroke Braves Bulletin
     

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On March 10, 2006 John Labadie was the kenote speaker and
Margie Labadie was the facilitator for a workshop entitled
"Creativity, Originality, and Intellectual Property in Digital Media."
The American Institute in Taiwan Public Affairs Section
was pleased to co-sponsor this event.
Panelists from a wide range of institutions showcased
Taiwan's world-quality original digital content and discussed methods to protect its Intellectual Property Rights.
Panelists were drawn from the National Taiwan
University of the Arts, the National Palace Museum,
The Performing Arts Alliance, The Digital Education Institute,
Lee & Lee Communications, the Institute for Information Industry,
the Chinese Library Association, the Hwa Lien District Prosecutor's Office, the Judge & Prosecutors Training Institute,
and the Judicial Yuan. The program closed with a panel
discussing the issue of creativity--
whether it can be learned and how
imagination can serve as a
source for innovation.

Creativity Originality and Intellectual Property in Media
   

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Margie Labadie and
John Labadie had papers published in:
"Sun and Love from the Creative Sky of Indigenous People." The book is published in association with the conferece:
The Exchange of the Cultural Creative Design of International Indigenous Peoples, held at
Chung Yuan Christian University.

Conference dates
December 16 - 17, 2005
     

Conference dates
December 7-8, 2005.

John Labadie was the
keynote speaker at the
International Conference on Creativity and Innovation Practice in Popular Culture 2005.

The conference was presented by
Fu Jen Catholic University's
Human Ecology College,
Graduate Institute of
Textiles and Clothing

Fu Jen Catholic University
     

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John and Margie Labadie are featured in an interview for the December 2005 issue of
PC Office.

In this special supplement for the Digital Content Institutue, the Labadies discuss their philosophies of
Digital Fine Art and Creativity.

     

In November 2005
John Labadie was a keynote speaker for an exhibition of the
International Digital Art Awards
at the Beijing Film Academy, Beijing, China.

This image of John, taken by
Istvan Horkay, was taken at the exhibition at the Today Museum, in Beijing.

John and the Beijing Film Academy