For employees, entrepreneurs, and teams, there’s a socioeconomic argument for creative practice. As AI and automation move into industries, skills like creativity and emotional intelligence are increasingly valuable in the workplace. According to the World Economic Forum, creativity replaced critical thinking and analysis as a top employable skill in 2022.
Creative leaders are not just comfortable with ambiguity and change; they flourish in it. That’s why, in an IBM survey of more than 1,500 CEOs, creativity ranked as the number one factor for future success—above management discipline, integrity, and vision.
Open to everyone—artists and non-artists, individuals and teams—Art Life Practice makes casual creative play accessible and easy to integrate in your daily life.
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“Berry stirred our creative mind and encouraged us to let our creative guards down as well. Many of our staff remarked that they found it refreshing to return to artmaking/play which most of us have given up as adults. The workshop was extremely insightful, playful and a great way for our staff to engage with one another and with collage! We would certainly recommend this experience and would like to thank Berry for bringing so much learning and fun to the gallery."
“Very fun and ran so exceptionally well. Entire event was executed very impressively, from the composed still life scenes to the art materials to the seating areas to the art history presentation to the crowd composition to the timing of the daylight into night and the post-art making discussion and the mingling at the end.”
"The night was a refreshing break from the daily grind. What an important exercise in creative expression - one I want to take with me and start doing in my free time. Thank you art life practice for reminding me of how fun & needed making art is."