Marc Zegans '79 Telling Transitions: The Road to a Creatively Fulfilled Life
Alumni, parents, and guest welcome
Marc Zegans '79, former Executive and Research Director of Harvard University's Innovations Program, has been a creative development advisor to artists and creatively driven organizations for the past two decades.
Marc will join us for a conversation about two transitions: making the shift from student to working artist, and reinventing yourself no matter what your field, when simple mastery is no longer enough.
Marc will share lessons learned from his years working with artists and innovators who have successfully negotiated these transitions, and share advice he's given recently to grant making institutions like the San Francisco Arts Commission.
Marc is a produced playwright and working poet with four collections currently in print. Click here to read a recent interview with Marc in Artrepreneur magazine (A Creative Career Coach Outlines a Strategy for the Working Artist - Artrepreneur ), and here for a piece he recently penned for Grantmakers in the Arts on the shape of a fulfilled creative life (Arc and Interruption | Grantmakers in the Arts ).