Skip to main content









Series Archive

The Aesthetics of Change

Marsha Dunn's picture
Marsha Dunn
Thursday, October 22, 2015
Interview
Below is the third installment of our series on The Aesthetics of Change. Over the next month, we will continue to explore how art and design facilitate change at the personal and organizational level through interviews and dialogue.Imagine it is 1994 and you have just been elected mayor of Bogotá, Colombia, a city considered the most dangerous in Latin America. Imagine you are faced with the challenge of making a city plagued by corruption and violence safe again....
More
Hamilton Ray's picture
Hamilton Ray
Monday, October 5, 2015
Case Study
Below is the second installment of our series on The Aesthetics of Change. In the coming months, we will continue to explore how art and design facilitate change at the personal and organizational level through expert interviews and dialogue.A Living Case StudyIn the kick-off to this series we introduced a number of theories on how the arts can act as powerful agents of change. We considered the views of aesthetic theorists such as William and Henry...
More
Marsha Dunn's picture
Marsha Dunn
Tuesday, September 22, 2015
Think Piece
With the piece below we introduce a multi-part series that invites you to "think big" about the The Aesthetics of Change. In the coming months, we will explore how art and design facilitate change at the personal and organizational level through case studies, expert interviews, and dialogue."Every work of art must have about it something not understood to obtain its full effect." —S.T. Coleridge“Ch-ch-ch-ch-changes. Turn and face the strange.” —David BowieTo Change...
More

Pages