Creative Minds Talks Brings Superstar Artist Kehinde Wiley and Creative Visionary, Collector Kasseem “Swizz Beatz” Dean to Miami for Benefit During Miami Art WeekArtHiveContributor
On December 2, Creative Minds Talks will bring world-famous artist Kehinde Wiley and highly-acclaimed, industry titan Kasseem Dean (a.k.a Swizz Beatz), to Miami’s New World Center during Miami Art Week for a dynamic discussion about the state of activism, philanthropy and how to make it in today’s world as a creative. Known for juxtaposing power pairs on grand stages, Creative Minds Talks is poised to offer a captivating experience for its most iconic installment yet.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, roughly 8 million Americans now spend at least half of their working hours at home.
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Gisele Weisman hails from Blowing Rock, North Carolina. In addition to being an accomplished artist with her work showcased at several local galleries in Blowing Rock and surrounding areas, she is also a tenured College Professor and Counselor, as well as a published Author. Gisele's education background includes a B.A. in German and English and a teaching certification from the University of Nebraska, as well as a Ph.D. and M.Ed. in Counseling Psychology from Georgia State University.
Dr. Guy Harvey to Share Formula for Success with Aspiring Creative Entrepreneurs at STEAM 2018 LuncheonArtHiveContributor
Artist, conservationist, angler, diver, scientist, entrepreneur and explorer; those are some of the many achievements that describe Dr. Guy Harvey’s impressive career.
Growing up in Jamaica, Harvey spent many hours fishing and diving with his father along the Island’s south coast. He was obsessed with marine life and began drawing pictures of the many different fish he observed.
Young artists today face an incredible set of obstacles in the field of self-marketing: having a public relations manager direct and control the way an artist interacts with the public is a thing of the past.