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2011 Awards of World Cultural Council
Date:9/6/2011

ddresses, lectures and workshops throughout the world on creativity, innovation, collaborative learning, informal learning, and other related topics. His multiple lectures have explored the possibilities of applying arts-based learning tools to advance art-science-technology innovations and educational initiatives; they have been delivered to specific and general audiences at leading museums, cultural centres and schools for the arts and sciences.

Internationally recognized as a visual artist, Todd Silers art has been represented over the past 30 years by one of the premiere art galleries in the world, Ronald Feldman Fine Arts in New York City. His artworks are in numerous private and public collections, including the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, the Metropolitan Museum of Art (20th Century Collection), the Museum of Modern Art, the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City, the Israel Museum in Jerusalem, the Pushkin Fine Arts Museum in Moscow and the BelsarVerlag Print Archives in Stuttgart and Zurich, among many others.

Mr. Siler has spent his life teaching us, through his artwork, workshops and lectures, as well as his publications and inventions, how to use the creativity locked up in our brain. As Robert W. Galvin, Chairman of the Executive Committee of Motorola Inc, comments, "Todd inspires us to energize the least used talent of our brain: exceptional creativity".

The World Cultural Council is an international organization founded in 1981, that every year acknowledges individuals or institutions that have made outstanding achievements in science, education and the arts, by means of its awards.

The final objective is to increase the efficient and positive use of knowledge and to promote fraternity among people, nations and governments, looking for a true understanding among all, based on respect for the ideology, opinion, religion, race, and sex of each person.


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