SATE = Storytelling - Architecture - Technology - Experience
Organized by the Themed Entertainment Association
Sept 30-Oct 1, Orlando
Click here to register for SATE 2010
Click here for SATE info on the TEA website
Overview press release
- Walt Disney Imagineering presents Keeping the Magic Fresh: Evolving the Legacy
- Architecture, branding and themed environments (press release)
Beyond All Boundaries, National WW II Museum
Ft Worth Museum of Science & History
Exploration Space at Kennedy Space Center
Information & Communications Pavilion at Shanghai Expo 2010
The Wizarding World of Harry Potter
Kristy Scanlan, Production, Threshold Entertainment
Matt Solari, Director, Education Development, BRC Imagination Arts
Lui Berrios and Ken Larson of Kennedy Space Center
Christian Lachel, VP & Creative Director, BRC Imagination Arts
Mindi Lipschultz, independent media producer
John Paul Geurts, Nickelodeon Recreation VP and Creative Director
Tina Skees, Corporate Director Guest Experiences, Herschend Family Entertainment
Donald J. Weber AIA, The Weber Group, Inc.
Penny Peavler, Director of Brand Development & Marketing, The Weber Group
Frances Boettcher, AIA LEED AP of PBS&J
Jonathan F. Douglas AIA, Managing Principal, VOA Associates Inc.
Dave Eagleson, Vice President, Forrec Ltd.
F. Randall Webster, Fort Worth Museum of Science & History
Chick Russell, Chick Russell Communications
George Wiktor and Anthony Pruett of The Hettema Group
Walt Disney Imagineers Joe Tankersley and Gary L Landrum
Information & Communications Pavilion, Shanghai Expo 2010
SATE is organized by a volunteer committee of TEA leaders in conjunction with TEA staff. SATE 2010 committee chair is Kile Ozier, working with Larry Tuch of Narrative Concepts, Dan Christman of X-nth, Steve Birket of Birket Engineering, Penny Peavler of Weber Group and George A. Head.
SATE 2010 sponsors include Birket Engineering, Electrosonic, PBS&J, Thorburn Associates, Universal Studios and VOA Associates Inc.