Brilliant Lecture Series
Rating: 3.31 stars 13 13 reviews
2400 Augusta #245 Scott Brogan Houston TX 77057 USA
The mission of The Brilliant Lecture Series - Conversations with Brilliance is to education, inspire, and increase public awareness within our community by providing a forum for interaction with national and international leaders, role models, philanthropists, artists, humanitarians and other prominent members of our society.
Brought edvin marton, betty buckley, robert duval, diane keaton, bette midler, and marcus lutrell to houston with approximately 13,425 people in attendance. There was also 9 shows of potted potter and 1 michael jackson tribute performance.
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The Brilliant Lecture series always is an inspiration to me. I have been attending since the first performance and have loved everyone. They bring a different perspective to my life and open up worlds I knew nothing about. The work they do to bring interesting people to Houston is amazing and I hope to see many more exciting events. I donate my time because as a public school teacher, I know kids and their parents need to be inspired to learn. The Brilliant Lecture Series opens doors.
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Increase their ability for their brilliant lectures to reach more low-income students and their parents. Many high schools have auditoriums, kids are bored sitting in classes listening to the same teacher and need inspiration. They need a reason to volunteer to help save their earth, help an animal or another person. Seeing how others use their resources to help the world might be the hand they need.
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