Learn from Chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts, Jane Chu, as she illuminates the foundational role the arts play in shaping a better world. As head of the nation’s federal arts agency, Chairman Chu is an expert on leveraging the power of art to effect change in society and empowering others to positively impact the world.
Throughout this IVY Ideas Night, moderated by IVY’s Arts and Culture Director Phil Chan, Chairman Chu describes how the arts improve problem solving, innovation, and leadership. She also describes the greater social impact afforded by arts and arts education, from economic and community development to U.S. Military veterans’ transition back to civilian life.
In an age where “creativity” is among the most desired traits by employers, and where increasing research suggests the link between art training and professional performance, Chairman Chu’s insights are sure to wow, inform, and inspire.