PASADENA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Today, ArtCenter College of Design launched a new podcast featuring intimate interviews with leading artists and innovators, using change as a framework to explore their creative coming of age and the ways in which the creative process has been a catalyst for transformation—personally, professionally and globally. The bi-weekly show targets listeners seeking to understand the biographical and creative influences that inform and inspire some of the world’s most passionate minds. Change Lab: Conversations on Transformation and Creativity is hosted by ArtCenter President Lorne M. Buchman and distributed worldwide by Freedom Podcasting on platforms including iTunes, Google Play and the Apple Podcasts app.
Change Lab offers compelling stories about the pivotal experiences that influenced risk takers who are disrupting automotive, communication, technology and education industries, among others.
Change Lab guests include:
- Edgar Arceneaux, Los Angeles-based contemporary artist who investigates historical patterns through drawings, installations and multimedia events
- John X. Carey, a filmmaker whose commitment to bringing a social conscience to his wildly successful commercial spots has distinguished him as one of Ad Week’s “Top 20 Content Creators of 2016”
- Niklas Gustafsson, Global Director for PepsiCo’s Design and Innovation team
- Sara Ortloff Khoury, Director of User Experience Design at Google
- Wendy MacNaughton, illustrator, author and graphic journalist whose idiosyncratic body of work shimmers with warmth and humanity
- “The mother of the internet,” Lynda Weinman who founded Lynda.com to provide wider access to popular digital arts courses she began teaching in 1995
Buchman’s 45-minute conversations with high-profile leaders focus on the passion, critical thinking and creative process of turning dreams into reality.
Topics on Change Lab include:
- Is it possible for corporations to provide healthier food and beverages that positively impact global health?
- How does design improve the lives of children facing threats ranging from disease to the global refugee crisis?
- Advertising with a social conscience that gives voice to those who tend to be on the sidelines.
- Artists who channel the emotional fallout from these uncertain times into works of creative expression.
- The cultivation of a “beginner’s mind” and how to create an identity outside of work.
To subscribe to the Change Lab podcast, visit artcenter.edu/changelab