Engineering in the Abstract: Balancing Intuitive and Analytical Thought
Nationally recognized artist, Marianne Mitchell will demonstrate effective tools for innovative problem solving and an opportunity for self-reflection through the practice of making abstract art. Learn how right-brain intuitive and left-brain analytical (scientific) thought inform each other to reach resolution in making art, in the practice of design and engineering, and in one’s life. This practice fosters Integrative Thinking for superior productivity and Whole Brain Innovation.
Marianne Mitchell, nationally recognized artist, received her BFA in Painting from Washington University, doing post graduate work in Japan, China, and at the Vermont Studio Center. Marianne is the recipient of the Mid-Atlantic Arts Foundation Fellowship in Painting, and has exhibited in New York, California, Washington DC, Pennsylvania, and Scotland.
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Co-sponsored by the Segal Design Institute
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