Thursday April 21st - SUBLIMINAL

Friday April 22nd - Noah "40" Shebib

Is it possible to find something you like to do and never work a day in your life? Sean's talk will explore how: embracing opportunity, transfer of skills, education and leadership can make that a reality. Nothing ventured, nothing gained.

For over 10 years Sean Mauricette a.k.a. SUBLIMINAL, has been gifting audiences as an actor, entertainer and educator.

A graduate from the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Architecture, Sean Mauricette has received more than 19 awards for his work with youth including the 2012 Medal of Appreciation for his work as a motivational speaker from the United Nations Association of Canada.

Through performing, lecturing and mentoring, Sean Mauricette continues to cement his role as an active leader in the community.

Noah will be delivering a keynote focusing on the parallels between utilizing school based math and science to both create and produce music. He will challenge the notion that these subjects are "irrelevant" and connect curriculum with the requirements of being successful in variety of fields, such as athletics, marketing and music. He will use visual technology, audio wave files and examples of beats to explore and demonstrate the use of STEM in production. He will also share his story, experience in education, and discuss his pathway to success, while overcoming a variety of obstacles.

Professionally known as 40, is a Canadian record producer, sound engineer and former actor from Toronto, Ontario. Shebib has produced for artists such as Drake, Beyonce, Lil Wayne, Alicia Keys, Action Bronson, and Jamie Foxx.

Noah was part of the initial team of instructors at The Remix Project. He could play any song by ear on the piano when he was 6 years old. He built computers from scratch at the age of 10. By the age of 12 he started to DJ on turntables. He later built a studio in his parents basement and releasing his own mix tapes by 18. Drake's break out "So Far Gone" was recorded in Noah's condo.