Contacts: Jennifer Myers
The Aspen Institute
Washington, DC, November 13, 2014 –– Public registration is now open to the Aspen Ideas Festival 2015, which will feature innovative ideas and smart solutions to the world’s toughest challenges June 25 – July 4, 2015, in Aspen, Colorado. Presented by the Aspen Institute and The Atlantic, the Festival is the nation’s premier public gathering place for leaders from around the globe and across many disciplines to present and disucss the ideas and issues that both shape our lives and challenge our times.
Register here for Aspen Ideas Festival 2015: http://www.aspenideas.org/festival/register
Spotlight Health, June 25-28, will offer speakers and participants a deep dive into four thematic tracks exploring new frontiers in health, including navigating global health threats, design and technology in health, health-generating strategies to reduce global inequality, and the “science of the possible.”
The rest of the week, the Aspen Ideas Festival, June 28 – July 4 will focus on the endangered American dream, our environmental future, challenges to democracy, and smart solutions to our most complex problems. Festival 1, June 28 – July 1, will add the topics of violence and American culture, the beauty of mathematics, oceans, and justice in the arts. Festival 2, July 1 – 4, will consider the mind, education and the information era, faith and belief, and making arts work, in addition to the three week-long topics above. To read more about this year’s tracks, see http://www.aspenideas.org/festival/track.
For more information about the Aspen Ideas Festival and to watch highlights from past years featuring David Agus, Jon Batiste,Tony Blair, Richard Branson, Bill Clinton, Dick Costolo, Katie Couric, Tom Frieden, Gabby Giffords, Elena Kagan, Moby, Alfre Woodard, and more, visit www.aspenideas.org.
EDITOR’S NOTE: There will be a limited number of press passes available for the Festival, with press registration opening in early 2015. For more information, see: http://www.aspenideas.org/festival/press.
About The Atlantic
Since its founding in 1857 as a magazine about “the American Idea” that would be of “no party or clique,” The Atlantic has been at the forefront of brave thinking in journalism. One of the first magazines to launch on the Web in the early 1990s, The Atlantic has continued to help shape the national debate across print, digital, and event platforms. With TheAtlantic.com and CityLab.com, The Atlantic is a multimedia forum on the most critical issues of our times—from politics, business, urban affairs, and the economy, to technology, arts, and culture. The Atlantic is the flagship property of Washington, D.C.–based publisher Atlantic Media.