BOSTON, MA (April 29th 2016) — limeSHIFT, a new art-focused social enterprise out of MIT, recently collaborated with Life is Good in Boston to create culture-building art installations for their office. To explore the impact of public art on workplace culture, Life is Good’s CEO Bert Jacobs and Director of Optimistic People Colleen Clark will be joined by limeSHIFT CEO Elizabeth Thys and the project’s conceptual artist Yazmany Arboleda on an ArtWeek Boston panel moderated by Fast Company’s Elizabeth Segran.
“Art making is a powerful tool for community engagement. By inserting beauty into an office space, art can positively influence employees and impact business results,” said Elizabeth Thys, CEO of limeSHIFT. “We look forward to discussing how our co-creative, culture-building process has impacted the Life is Good community.”