Age of Artists

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We use qualitative and quantitative approaches to identify and evolve compelling opportunities for growth while balancing multiple objectives and perspectives.

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Experiences: Create Multivalent Solutions

We help you to build multivalent solutions that elevate and redefine customer experiences through integrated innovation concepts that are socially responsible and sustainable.

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Creative Spaces: Organize for Rewarding Interaction

We help senior leaders to set up spaces for creativity that respond to the demands of today’s business environment with actionable, pragmatic and lasting strengths.

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Individual Capabilities: Develop Crucial Skills and Competences

Our education programs inspire acquiring unique skills and developing creative confidence to support behavioral change—one person at a time.

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Inspirational keynote and presentation experiences.

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Experience our approach while working on your most urgent topics.

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Our Motivation

Design Social Change

Many challenges in the world are extremely complex. Artistic approaches can help.

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Better Business

People Centricity and Collaborative Creation for Creativity and Innovation in Organizations.

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Future Competences

Learning from Creative Disciplines is a Must-Have, not a Nice-To-Have.

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News

Where Ideas Come from and how Creativity can Improve our Wellbeing: Our links of the Month

For this months edition we found some articles in the world wide web, about creativity and the ability of learning with, and from it.

Starting with the youngest age, read an article the Guardian has published about children’s “natural creativity and curiosity” and how it is being destroyed by our so called modern school systems. “In the future, if you want a job, you must be as unlike a machine as possible: creative, critical and socially skilled.

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Fehler als kreatives Prinzip: Interview mit Laura Kuch auf Deutschlandradio Kultur

Den falschen Film für den Oscar nominiert? Sicher ein Fehler aber nicht so schlimm meint die Künstlerin und Age of Artists Mitglied Laura Kuch im Interview mit Deutschlandradio Kultur. „Man könnte aber auch aus einer ganz anderen Perspektive da mal draufschauen und könnte sagen, da ist ja was ganz Ungewöhnliches, was ganz Überraschendes passiert, etwas, was in Erinnerung bleibt und sich eben auch abhebt von dem sonst so perfekten oder makellosen Ablauf in so einer Oscar-Verleihung.“ Allenfalls ein Schlamassel also.

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Artistic Intelligence: How Art Inspires Innovation

SAP’s Alumni Network  has published on their news center as well as on their global intranet an article about Artistic Intelligence: How Art Inspires Innovation.  Author Andrea Schmieden concludes “Age of Artists doesn’t focus on actual works of art, but rather on the artistic approach to producing creative and original results. Put this in business terms and the connection becomes clear: It’s about innovation and how we can evolve our creative potential to deal with new and complex challenges.” Please access the full article here.

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Insights

Keeping an Open Mind: Interview with Artist Sharon Molloy

Deutsche Version unten / German version below

“When I think about artistic attitude the first thing that comes to my mind is to be open,” says Sharon Molloy, professional artist. She was born and raised in the U.K. but started travelling when she went to art school near London, at the Winchester School of Art. It was from that point onwards that she would expand her world and learn the importance of keeping an open mind.

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To Act out Oneself – An Interview with Painter Sebastian Heiner

Deutsche Version unten/ German version below

Born in Berlin, Sebastian Heiner studied at the UdK (Universität der Künste) in his home town. Normally he works and lives in Berlin, where he shares an atelier with the artist Jörn Grothkopp. The Berliner told us as well, that his painting is influenced a lot by his temporary employment abroad. Over several years he held ateliers in Beijing, Shanghai and Bangkok. “I think, a lot broke loose inside of me while I was staying abroad.

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“If you only start looking in a niche, the solutions are not so extensive.” – A talk with Wolf Jeschonnek concerning the potential of FabLabs

Deutsche Version unten / German Version below

Young, dynamic, international are some of the descriptors that instantly come to mind as soon as you enter the FabLab in Berlin: typical Berlin. However, this would not be accurate because Berlin’s FabLab is only three years old, making it even younger than many other FabLabs that are to be found in large cities all over Germany. Most of these FabLabs deal with 3D-printing and Laser technologies,  but for what purpose?

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You don‘t need to become an artist to work more artistically. The patterns of the artistic process work in every discipline.

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