Calendar of Events

THE LIST PRESENTATION
Atlanta, Feb. 5
The List hosts lectures by Dick Roth and Ann Billock of Roth Associates at the Art Institute of Atlanta. Roth’s topic is “15 Ways to Win,” and Billock’s is “Passionate Partnerships.” For info, call (404) 350-0600.



CHICAGO AD FEDERATION
Feb. 6
“Identifying Insights That Build Brands—The Importance of Issue Value” takes place at J. Walter Thompson, 900 N. Michigan Ave. The speaker is Malachy Walsh, JWT director of strategic planning. For info or to register, contact the CAF at (847) 375-4728, caf@amctec.com or www.chicagoadfed.org.



ROPERASW EXECUTIVE FORUM
New York, Feb. 6
“Managing and Mastering Change: Creating Certainty in Uncertain Times” takes place at the Millennium Hotel. RoperASW will release the results of its “Mood of the World” study. For info, contact Rick Hilton at (212) 752-8338 or rhilton@psbpr.com.



AUSTIN ADDYS
Austin, Texas, Feb. 7
The Austin Advertising Federation holds its awards ceremony at the Austin Music Hall. For info, call (512) 997-9994 or visit www.austinadfed.com.



FCB REUNION
Santa Monica, Calif., Feb. 7
Foote, Cone & Belding hosts “FCB … The Glory Days Reunion,” for staffers who worked at its Los Angeles office in the 1980s, at The Victorian at Heritage Square. For info, contact Peter Kay at (310) 552-7403 or pkay@lrwonline.com.



CONSUMER CONNECTION CONFERENCE
Rancho Mirage, Calif., Feb. 9-11
Information Resources holds “The Power of Knowing in an Era of Change” at the Westin Mission Hills Resort. For info or to register, call (312) 474-2900 or visit www.infores.com/public/icc2003.



AAF MINORITY STUDENTS AWARDS
New York, Feb. 14
The American Advertising Federation’s Most Promising Minority Students Program takes place at The Waldorf-Astoria. The event will include the Building Bridges for Our Future awards luncheon to honor the program’s 25 finalists. For info, call (800) 999-2231 or visit www.aaf.org.



3AF CONFERENCE
San Francisco Feb 14
The Asian American Advertising Federation Conference, “Asian American Advertising: Where Do We Go From Here,” takes place at the W Hotel. For info, call (212) 242-3351 or visit www.3af.org.



ATLANTA ADDYS
Feb. 15
The Atlanta Ad Club holds its awards ceremony at the Atlanta Apparel Mart. For info, call (770) 649-8872.



AD FEDERATION LUNCH
Little Rock, Ark., Feb. 17
The Arkansas Advertising Federation hosts its monthly luncheon at the River Market. For info, call (501) 217-9087 or visit www.arkansasadfed.org.



‘UP IN SMOKE’
Milwaukee, Feb. 18 – June 15
The William F. Eisner Museum of Advertising & Design presents “Up in Smoke: A Politically Incorrect History of Cigarette Advertising,” an exhibition of cigarette ads and memorabilia. The show was organized by The One Club for Art & Copy. For info, call (414) 847-3290, e-mail geninfo@eisnermuseum.org or visit www.eisnermuseum.org.



DALLAS ADDYS
Feb. 20
The Dallas Advertising League holds its awards ceremony at the Gypsy Tea Room. For info, call (972) 488-8227 or visit www.dallasadleague.org.



GOLDEN MIKE AWARD GALA
New York, Feb. 24
The Golden Mike Award will be presented to Bob Wright, vice chairman and executive officer of GE and chairman and chief executive officer of NBC, at The Plaza Hotel. The Broadcasters’ Foundation award honors outstanding contributions to radio and television. Tom Brokaw is master of ceremonies. For info, call (203) 862-8577, contact ghastings@broadcastersfoundation.org or visit www.broadcastersfoundation.org.



RADIO-MERCURY DEADLINE
New York, Feb 24
The Radio-Mercury Awards is accepting entries through Feb. 28; work must have aired for the first time in 2002 on a commercially licensed U.S. radio station. The late entry deadline is March 7. Entry forms may be downloaded at www.radiomercuryawards.com. The event will take place June 19 at The Waldorf-Astoria. For info, call (212) 681-7207 or e-mail mercury@rab.com.



TELEVISION AD FORUM
New York, March 13
The Association of National Advertisers’ annual Television Advertising Forum takes place at The Plaza Hotel. For info, call (212) 697-5950. To register, visit www.ana.net.



ANA MARKETING SEMINARS
Chicago, March 17-19
The Association of National Advertisers hosts marketing-skills-enhancement seminars at the Hyatt Regency Woodfield. Topics include creative advertising; media strategy; TV and print production; mastering the agency relationship; and Internet advertising and marketing. For info or to register, contact William Zengel at (212) 455-8022 or wzengel@ana.net, or visit www.ana.net/2003 seminars.



ADVERTISING HALL OF FAME
New York, March 18
The American Advertising Federation hosts the Advertising Hall of Fame at The Waldorf-Astoria. Inductees include Hall “Cap” Adams Jr., Phil Dusenberry, John H. Johnson, David Sarnoff and Dave Thomas. For info, contact Lisa Rubin at (800) 999-2231 or lrubin@aaf.org, or visit www.aaf.org.



CLIOS
Miami Beach, Fla., May 18-21
The Clios Festival takes place at the Eden Roc Resort and Spa. For info or to register, visit www.clioawards.com; for specific questions, call (212) 683-4300, fax (212) 683-4796 or e-mail cliofestival@earthlink.net.



INTERNATIONAL ADVERTISING FESTIVAL
Cannes, France, June 15-21

The entry deadline for film, outdoor and press is March 14; for Lions direct, March 21; for media Lions, March 28; for cyber Lions, April 11. For info, call 44 (0)20 7291 8444 or visit www.canneslions.com.