Creativity In and Out of the Workplace
On February 23rd, the Connecticut Art Directors Club held a panel discussion on how creative professionals find time and inspiration for personal creative work, featuring 4 professionals in the design and photography field. Each panelist exhibited some of their personal and professional work. Tom Fowler was one of the panelists, discussing how his interest in the Eskimo and Alaskan culture influenced his personal work – carvings. He exhibited several of his unique carvings created from wood, prehistoric whale bone and prehistoric walrus tusk. The discussion was held at the Eli Whitney Museum in New Haven, CT, and was attended by over 50 CADC members and their guests.