Posted on 09/23/19 by Susan Soroko
In the last Return on Creativity: Return on the Future event, panelists and attendees took a high view of the experience economy. Positioning your business to stand out to your workforce, your consumers, your place and your brand are critical to shaping tomorrow.
"For visionary business leaders, investing in the arts can help their companies stand out to current and future employees and other stakeholders." - Art is Good for Business by Shellie Karabell: Strategy + Business.
On Thursday, September 26, join a panel of curators, collectors and community leaders who are fostering an ecosystem of business development and vibrancy through art collecting. As companies strive to attract talent and differentiate their business models, more and more are engaging the arts to thrive and set themselves apart.
The panel moderator, David Carlson is a VA based artist, professor at Marymount University and a member of the Arlington Commission for the Arts. Joining David on the panel are Messay Debere, co-founder and CEO of goARTful, Meaghan Kent, Director of Marymount's Cody Gallery, Jack Devine, Principal and owner of Artist Circle Fine Art and Cheryl Ramp, Director of Community Relations for Arlington Partnership for Affordable Housing (APAH).
Free event, registration required.
One Year, One Month, One Day, One Hour, One Minute painting by David CarlsonTopic: Creative Economy