ART + ISSUES
Art + Issues features local leaders and cutting edge thinkers who engage in dialogues about major issues facing our community using a work of art from the Hunter permanent collection as a springboard. Each discussion takes place in the Hunter galleries and offers participants the opportunity to explore the art and the contemporary issues it represents as we chart the course for the future.
For more information on this series or to suggest a future speaker, contact Adera Causey at email@example.com or 423.752.2053.
|June 8||Create and Sip: Fantastical Embroidery|
|June 10||Sensory Studio|
|June 15||Vision + Verse: Divine Poetess|
|June 18||Artful Yoga with Cybèle Steen|
|June 18||Creating in Nature’s Studio: Making Pigments from Native Plants|
Designing Innovation was created by the Hunter to meet the needs of the business community. Working teams at a variety of local companies of all sizes have taken advantage of this unique opportunity to develop innovative skills critical to today’s competitive business environment.
Programs are tailored to clients’ needs and are designed by Hunter staff and a team of highly qualified business coaches. Topics for past Designing Innovation programs have included team building and management, leadership development, design thinking, creativity, communication for intergenerational business cultures, and crafting innovative marketing approaches.
Clients in this program are engaged in classroom learning, in-office fieldwork involving practical application, and in-gallery experiences that reinforce targeted workplace skills. Participants leave Designing Innovation programs armed with skills and plans needed to achieve desired goals. Prices based upon group size and needs.
Enjoy a group lunch hour learning session at the museum. This is a casual opportunity to just spend a little time in the galleries, reflect on works of art, explore your own ideas about various issues, and get to know your co-workers and friends in a new way. After about 45 minutes in the gallery, you can enjoy lunch at a downtown restaurant or can arrange to have a catered or box lunch at the Museum (additional fees apply for museum lunch option). Artful experiences are also available to your groups in the evening upon request for additional fees.
To learn more about how these programs could work for your team, contact Adera Causey at firstname.lastname@example.org or 423.752.2053.
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