Creative Health & Wholeness
Covid-19 has made the concept of health top-of-mind for most of us this past year (or is it decade?) and more. Our mental, emotional and financial health are tested daily. Chicago Creative Coalition is providing information, tools, resources, and experiences to help creatives thrive in this trying time.
Collaborative Design Across Disciplines
Design is a deep and magical thing, with language and ideas all its own in each discipline.
Musicians have notation, painters have color, photographers have light and composition, dancers have time, space, and energy.
How do designers who live in different creative worlds work together? Join us for a rousing panel discussion among groups of collaborators exploring how they communicate across disciplines to make incredible art.
Dancer and choreographer Jacki Sinclair, Artistic Director of Joel Hall Dancers, shares how she and her costume designer McKinley Johnson come together to make incredible movements.
Commercial and fine art photographer Drew Endicott and his photography muse Richard Anderson – MIT trained problem solver and fashion collector with an emphasis on Jean Paul Gaultier – exchange their view on their project Go Play.
Brian Sidney Bembridge, a creator of worlds and art that take you away from your life for a moment or hours; he works well with others, like Heidi Stillman, artistic director and ensemble member, Lookingglass Theatre.
Projection Designer George Berlin explores how he and his composing partner Donny Walker of Mind Exchange Music and writer David Spethmann all work together to weave epic stories around the world.
Directing the conversation of this amazing creative assemblage is Mark Carter, the creator of Idea Climbing™, a process of solving problems through collaboration and building on each other’s ideas to create something that nobody could create on their own.
Please join Chicago Creative Coalition for this exploration into contemporary creativity!
Tuesday, April 12, 2022
6:00 – 6:30 pm Networking, Drinks and Snacks
6:30 – 8:00 pm Panel Discussion
3130 N. Rockwell
• Take the Belmont bus and get off at Rockwell
• Take the Western bus and get off at Belmont
Parking: Street parking is super easy and free
• Park in any of the diagonal spots on Rockwell
• Park on Belmont, Fletcher, or in front of the building on Rockwell
When you arrive:
• Check-in at the front desk
• Show your vaccination card
• Mask-wearing is optional
Written by: mtanimura