If art imitates life, should life then imitate art?
In this episode of Sheridan "Voices" we meet Linda Sormin, Head of the Ceramics Department at Sheridan College. Linda describes her "connectedness" to her work: something each of us might emulate, whatever our trade. Linda reinforces the importance of hands-on experience, focus upon the process, pushing the envelope and taking risks as part of creativity: all working towards achieving strong outcomes. Pride of work and pride of craft come through loud and clear. Linda shows that work is not just about a job...it is a reflection of self........a vehicle for self-expression. As seen before in the "Voices" project, passion and pride of work makes for better experiences all around.
Think about your daily pursuits....is there room to bring more of yourself to them? How can the creative skills, practices and processes within the arts be used In the world of Business?
Produced by Sheridan Production House and The Faculty of Business
Production Manager - Prionnsias Murphy
Production Co-ordinator - Ash Xavier
Director, Producer - Connor Illsley
Assistant Director - Bea Macapagal
Director of Photography - Lucas Joseph
Editor - Haya Waseem
Sound Recordist - Kristi McIntyre
Gaffer - Carly Williams
Production Designer - Natalia Atlija
Animation - Laura Sloan & Derek Ainsworth
Graphics - Brian Pieur
Executive Producer - Ginger Grant
Executive Producer - Graham Moores
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