Webinar Overview: Art Thinking: How to Carve Out Creative Space in a World of Schedules, Budgets, and Bosses
Anyone from CEO to freelancer knows how hard it is to think big, let alone follow up on that big idea, while under pressure to get things done. Amy will share with you practical principles, inspiration, and a healthy dose of pragmatism to help you navigate the difficulties of balancing creative thinking with driving toward results.
Learn how to adopt a mindset that looks at problems, situations, and issues differently.
Learn how to integrate art and the tools of business to protect space for open-ended exploration and manage risks on your way to success.
Move from saying “Wouldn’t it be cool if . . . ?” to realizing your highest aims, helping you build creative skills you can apply to all facets of business and life. Warm, honest, and unexpected,
Reimagine your work and life—and even change the world—while enjoying the journey from point A.
Amy will remind you that if you are making a work of art in any field, you aren’t going from point A to point B. You are inventing point B. You are breaking new creative ground!
Join Amy for a refreshing and inspiring discussion on creativity in the workplace and beyond– that will draw on art, psychology, science, sports, law, business, and technology –all to help you land big ideas in the practical world.
Presenter: Amy Whitaker
Amy Whitaker is a writer, artist, and teacher working at the intersection of creativity, business, and everyday life. She holds an MBA from Yale and an MFA in painting from the Slade School of Fine Art at the University College London.
She is currently an assistant professor in the school of Art and Arts Professions at NYU. From 2015 to 2016 she was the first Entrepreneur-in-Residence at the New Museum Incubator.
She is the author of previous books including Museum Legs, and her writing has appeared in Fast Company, the New York Post, the New York Times, Art21, Architectural Design, and The Millions. In 2013, she received the Sarah Verdone Writing Award from the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council. She lives in New York City.
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