She has advised corporations and not-for-profit organizations on administrative, programmatic and fundraising issues including strategic plans, policy and procedures, exhibition development and tours, acquisitions and commissions of art, feasibility studies, communications programs, budgeting and contracts.
In possession of both an MBA and MFA, Whitaker shows businesspeople how to think more like artist to discover new ways of doing business and develop greater insights about their career goals through her indispensable and inspiring book Art Thinking: Art Thinking offers practical principles, inspiration, and a healthy dose of pragmatism to help you navigate the difficulties of balancing creative thinking with driving toward results.
Whitaker shows that combining the mindsets of art and the tools of business protects the space for open-ended exploration and managing risk on the way to success. Art Thinking takes you from the earliest inkling of an idea to realizing your highest aims, helping you build creative skills you can apply across all facets of business and life.
Whitaker has also worked in finance for the startup Locus Analytics, and for the investment management firm D. Currently, she resides in New York City. Praise for Amy Whitaker: No one out there spoke the language of art first, until I had the chance encounter.
In this fascinating book, Amy Whitaker explores how to apply art thinking to our businesses and our lives. It embodies a deep belief in both art and the market and the capacity of each to draw out and support our individuality.
It also embodies a belief in the power of collectives: Through thoughtful examples that span centuries and industries, Amy makes the case that innovation, empathy, mindfulness, and commercial success are inevitable outcomes of art thinking.
Art Thinking brings right and left brain together to create a palette of possibilities. Whitaker takes the human from the humanities and injects it back into the business world.
She provides a program to cultivate art thinking, and how to leverage creative failure into progress, invention, and new products and services.A bipolar, African-American woman named Ailyn is locked in a room with her husband’s childhood friend, would-be lover, and now priest, Richard while her husband John is dying in their bedroom.
Pia Wilson is a NJPAC Stage Exchange commissioned playwright, Sundance fellow, and a recipient of the Sarah Verdone Writing Award. . Melissa Febos (born September 28, ) is an American writer.
Her essays have won awards from Prairie Schooner and StoryQuarterly, The Sarah Verdone Writing Award, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council; Ragdale Residency; Vermont Studio Center fellowship;. Sep 06, · Interview: Pia Wilson Pia Wilson is a Sundance fellow and the recipient of the Sarah Verdone Writing Award.
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She is a Heideman Award finalist for her short play, Turning the Glass Around, and a semi-finalist in the Bay Area Playwrights Festival. Awarded annually to a female writer from the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council honoring the life of Sarah Verdone.
Almost people joined us to honor the cultural and artistic leadership of Stephanie and Tim Ingrassia, Julie Mehretu, and LMCC alumni artists Will Rawls (Sam Miller Award for Performing Arts), Melissa Febos (Sarah Verdone Writing Award), and Matthew Jensen (Michael Richards Award for Visual Arts), and salute the leadership of Goldman, Sachs.
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