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Art Force Academy: Inspire. Learn. Create.

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Inspire. Learn. Create.

These are the driving principles of Art Force Academy. A learning community designed to bring people together from diverse backgrounds, Art Force Academy is dedicated to helping art enthusiasts from all walks of life find their passion in the wider world of artwork services.

As you will see on the Art Force Academy page, the curriculum is currently available only to Art Force staff. In the weeks and months to come, the program will undergo a drastic transition as it moves toward external audiences. That’s right! Your chance to be a part of the action is just around the corner!

Potential enrollees will get the chance to learn from professionals with decades of combined experience in art consulting and related fields. As we continue to develop a learning management system to create courses, presentations, white papers, video tutorials, and other learning tools, we invite you to look across the last few weeks of presentations that have taken place in the Venture Lab.

Venture Lab

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In the Art Force Venture Lab, employees meet each Tuesday to cover a new lesson from someone in the company. The diverse backgrounds of our staff unleash the full potential of our learning community in new and exciting ways each week.

Each lesson is geared toward educating Art Force staff on components of the business with which they may not be intimately familiar. This helps us cross train and educate our employees on the nuances of our diverse products and offerings.

For instance, this last week, we met to discuss the Still Life project – a partnership between Art Force and The Creative Center.

On Still Life

The Still Life project is a new business model focused on combining the artwork service expertise of Art Force with the creative arts programming know-how of The Creative Center. In essence, Still Life empowers professional artists living with illness by collating their work for sale in hospitals and other healing environments. Proceeds from Still Life sales go directly to Still Life artists and also help support creative arts programming in hospitals by The Creative Center. It’s one of those situations where everyone involved is uplifted by the movement, both monetarily and emotionally!

 

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Stay tuned for more updates in the weeks and months to come! We will be announcing major developments for Art Force Academy soon.