I've always been drawn to new and different ways that groups can collaborate to build something that can help them better understand their organization and culture, whether it's kinesthetic modeling or abstract painting. Along those lines, I'd like to introduce you to Kevin Reese, an innovative artist with something exciting to offer. Kevin is a "collaborative artist" who works with arts centers, schools, and whole communities throughout the country to create “moving” works of art — high flying, colorful mobiles. In the past 15 years, Kevin's SchoolSculptures has created over 170 installations in 30 states.
This summer, he was the artist in residence at the IFVP conference and, with the participants, created a stunning mobile during the conference.
From the moment he stepped up to introduce the concept to the final reveal and every creative-energy-infused moment in between, his passion and artistry truly created the sense of community we were hoping to drive.
He is now launching TeamSculptures to offer a corporate team-building experience like no other-- a week-long residency where Kevin becomes your corporate artist-in-residence.
He works with teams to:
- Design and create a large-scale mobile that represents the goals and aspirations of your company.
- Install the mobile in your lobby, lunchroom, or conference room for daily inspiration.
Strengthen your team potential:
- Discover your visioning strengths through a new medium.
- Tackle novel challenges, rather than solve routine problems.
- Imagine multiple possibilities as you work toward a common goal.
- Find inspiration and motivation from an artist of singular passion and unique skill.
Kevin is looking for beta sites to test and develop his residency this spring. His fee will be significantly discounted, so get in on the ground floor of what will no doubt be a popular national offering. If you're interested, Kevin will personally visit your company to discuss how this residency can work for you.
Check out his website: www.teamsculptures.com. You can also contact him directly at SchoolSculptures@aol.com.
All the best,