Phil Hansen
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Phil Hansen

Phil Hansen has designed a unique art experience beyond the keynote speech. Companies who are seeking an unforgettable interactive experience for their audience are absolutely stunned by its originality, value and effect.
Internationally Recognized Multimedia Artist, Author, and Innovator

Expertise In:

  • Motivation
  • Business Growth and Trends
  • Change Management
  • Innovation

Audience & Industry

  • Associations
  • Board Meetings and Executive Briefings
  • Corporations
  • Senior Management Groups
  • The Technology Industry

Phil Hansen has designed a unique art experience beyond the keynote speech. Companies who are seeking an unforgettable interactive experience for their audience are absolutely stunned by its originality, value and effect.

Referred to by his fans as "the Artist for the People," Phil Hansen is an internationally recognized multimedia artist, speaker, author and innovator—at the forefront of bringing art to a wider audience. Crashing irreverently through conventional boundaries, Phil works at the intersection of traditional art, electronic media, offbeat materials, and interactive experiences. He is most widely known for his meta-art, videos that document the creation process (sometimes even through destruction), showing millions that art is action, not just result. His work also extends deeply into traditional media with features on the Discovery Channel, Good Morning America, The Rachael Ray ShowLast Call with Carson DalyGlamour and many more. His work is sought-after by many influential clients including the Grammy Awards, Disney, Skype, Mazda and the Rockefeller Foundation.

For the tens of millions who have seen Phil's art on TV and online, it's hard to imagine that his artistic journey nearly came to an end when a tremor developed in his drawing hand. In exploring new ways to create art, he discovered that by embracing his shake, limitations could become the passageway to creativity.  His inspirational story was first shared on the TED stage to a standing ovation, and then shared around the world including on PBS, BBC and CCTV. Now, Phil's ability to draw parallels to the business setting has won him followers among industry and business leaders, leading to invitations to speak at the TED2013 conference, Adobe MAX Creativity Conference, World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates, and the Million Dollar Round Table.  He’s the author of Tattoo a Banana, a guide to exploring creativity through art with everyday materials and he’s the founder of Goodbye-Art Academy, providing high quality and free art education videos to teachers and students everywhere.

 

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Phil Hansen's Speech Topics

Embrace the Shake - In Person and Virtual


Audiences will feel inspired by Phil's engaging art and personal journey of over-coming adversity. They will learn a new mental framework to help recognize their own limitations. His program will help them focus on actionable ways to help each other and themselves rather than look for external solutions. Ultimately, they will discover that their limitations can be a source for creativity.

In Person

Beyond his story, Phil will engage your audience in an act of art destruction to show that we need to be flexible with holding onto the past. He will assemble an artwork on stage that shows the power of shifting perspectives. To top it off, he will lead the audience in an art creation experience with the result being a mosaic artwork that is yours to keep!

Virtual

Not your average virtual presentation! Phil brings you into his art studio through a mixture of amazing images, videos, and multi HD cameras (like a TV production). Phil also creates an interactive presentation by leading the audience through an art creation experience which results in a physical artwork that you get to keep! Whether your virtual conference is on Zoom, other platforms, or professionally hosted, Phil will delight your attendees.

Takeaways for Attendees:

  • Discover a fresh perspective on how our constraints can be a catalyst for creativity.
  • Identify the obstacles that have the power to limit our success and reimagine them.
  • Reduce stress by turning inwards and looks at how our internal resources can solve the challenges ahead.

Works by Phil Hansen