Seattle University's Graduate Net Impact Chapter Presents: Think Like an Artist: Creative Sustainability Mindset
Tuesday, June 4, 2013 from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM (PDT)
Seattle University's Graduate Net Impact Chapter
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We will be hosting an interactive and unique workshop for Seattle University students, Seattle area Net Impact Chapters and the general public. Urban Art Concept will lead the workshop and incorporate artistic thoughts, activities, and practices into creative business solutions for sustainable leadership. The workshop will last two hours and engage participants in activities that involve creative solutions for sustainability challenges in business. The goal is to provide a lasting approach or tool for business professionals to incorporate sustainable thinking into their work.
Net Impact offers a unique opportunity for those interested in sustainability to learn more about a subject they are passionate about while simultaneously expanding the social professional network. Please join your Seattle University Graduate chapter of Net Impact on Tuesday June 4th at 4pm to participate in this workshop. Bryan Ohno is president of Urban Art Concept and principal workshop facilitator. Ohno’s background in the arts stretches over two decades where he served as director for two art galleries (Seattle/Tokyo) and a consultant to established and emerging artists including Dale Chihuly. The workshop will challenge each participant to expand their thought processes to a more flexible and non-linear cognitive process. The goal is to expand it to a 360 vantage point from an artists’ perspective.
The workshop will provide networking with like-minded individuals in a fun and engaging environment. We will bring all of the art supplies, all that is needed is a positive attitude!
When & Where
Urban Art Concept: Seattle University Grad Net Impact Chapter
Over 20 years of art related business practice from developing corporate art programs to organizing museum art exhibitions. Recent art projects have expanded to public art programs where the community becomes the creative force. He now holds the “Thinking like an Artist” workshops for businesses who are seek innovative thinking solutions in the work place.
These workshops are rooted in the fundamentals of how creativity emerges from the perspective of an artist. Surprisingly, there are many hidden artistic secrets that correlate to business decision making including:
•Advancing new perspectives
•Finding pragmatic options
•Building new team reciprocity
•Seeding sustainable habits