Learn new skills from art practice.
Short, intense art-focused working sessions targeting skill acquisition and practical application of art-based processes as they apply to your business context.
Outcomes and Results:
Workshop / Seminar
- Creative Methods: Fast-cycle introductions to creative processes that explore how to approach problems from multiple angles, iterate ideas, perform positive critiques and receive critiques to improve outcomes.
- Introduction to Design: Use beginning design exercises common to all design disciplines as a way to foster creative problem solving.
- Theatrical Improvisation and Role Play: The hilarity and earnestness of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream becomes a canvas to explore aspects of the creative process. Two-day sketch activity or half-day appetizer for a team or company.
- Body Storming through Acting: Adapt cultural expectations through drama and role-play improvisation. Practice creative actions to seed desired behaviors into a team or company in a safe environment.
- Improvisation: Acting techniques such as improvisation are used to teach comfort with ambiguity and spontaneity.
- Orchestra/Design: Use play to help teams practice working together in a safe environment, either through group problem solving exercises or group music creation.
- Sculpture and Critique: An introduction of critique and iteration as problem solving techniques by engaging with sculpture.
- Effective Communication through Storytelling: Learn to tell persuasive, engaging stories through myths, reading, storyteller.
Note: In this offering the audience is active, i.e. creating art themselves.
Picture Source: Raphaelle Peale: Still Life with Cake, 1822, painting. Google Art Project on Wikipedia Commons.