Artists enhance culture by serving a cocktail of beauty and thoughtful critique — driving communities to engage and make steps toward progress. The first paintings on cave walls of activities that were instrumental to tribal advancement demonstrate how arts and culture have been inextricably linked to success since the dawn of humankind. The Canadian government is acutely aware of the power of art, which is why they provided $70 million last year in grants to artists who created work that supports their vision for things such as climate awareness and diversity & inclusion. Whether it's a need to support your D&I strategies or to cultivate innovation, the artist we pair you with is equipped to engage your team to fulfill your vision.
Artists in Residence are provided with a project path and proprietary toolkit to fulfill the objectives determined by the needs assessment. They can engage your team via physical office space or remotely. Physical office space allows your team to drop-in to the artist's workspace and observe, inquire into, and even participate in the creative process. Your team will experience how the artist designs their workspace and observe the artist paint, sculpt, conceptualize, and utilize materials native to the work environment. Remote artists will be equipped with cameras and screen share capabilities so that your team can channel in virtually anytime during working hours.
The benefits of having an artist in residence are endless. In addition to their contributions to optimally engineer your culture, the residency also provides:
Artists do not grow on trees. Be sure to contact us before your competition does.
- Anthony Hsieh
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