Family Day at the Art Institute
Learn new ways of looking at art. Warren Buffet believes knowing more about the world enables him to make better investment decisions. Art challenges us to view the world in novel ways and shift our perception of reality.
Apply UChicago rigor to looking at art and learn how to engage kids and art newbies in a conversation about art. This tour is NOT a survey of art history, rather, it uses art as a vehicle for conversation and changing our way of seeing so we can be better business leaders.
Participants will walk away with:
A framework for looking at art and discussing art.
Tips on how to reflect and respond rather than react to bad events.
Techniques on using art for meditation and stress reduction
Tips on tapping into the creative process for better business decision making.
New memories with kids and grandkids!
The cost is $5 for UCWBG and Booth Alumni Club members, $10 non-members. Children under 14 are free. Buy your own Art Institute tickets. Group size limit is 30 people. We'll meet in the Modern Wing by the ticket counter.
The 45 minute tour will be followed by an optional picnic in Millennium Park. Bring your own snacks and beverages.
The Chicago Booth Alumni Club and UCWBG are co-sponsoring this event. Let's take advantage of this opportunity to learn a new approach to art while having a fun day together!
This tour is led by two UofC alumnae: Michelle Taufmann, a graduate of the School of Social Work and Khloe U. Karova, a graduate of the Booth School of Business
Michelle Taufmann is a mindfulness and meditation expert and founder of Taufmann Group Mindfulness Solutions. Her mission is to help corporate managers and teams perform better and be happier on-the-job through mindfulness— the simple practice of paying attention, on purpose, and with an open mind. Mindfulness can improve one’s ability to remain calm in the face of uncertainty, tap into their creativity and make better decisions for the long-run. Michelle has a Kellogg MBA and spent over 15-years as a successful marketing research consultant to Fortune 100 companies and their advertising agencies. Michelle can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Khloe U. Karova is a Certified Financial Planner™ based in Logan Square and owner of Modern Capital Concepts, a benefit corporation. Since 1998, Khloe has held management positions in equity trading client service and investment management. She has counseled CEOs and CFOs on strategic planning, as well as, middle-class households on getting out of debt. Khloe is most passionate about providing tools and resources to mid-career professionals to enable them to rationalize their household balance sheet, boost their income and saving, or radically change their career trajectory. Khloe has an MBA with honors from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business and is president of the University of Chicago Women’s Business Group (UCWBG). She also holds a BA in Art History and Organizational Behavior from Northwestern University. This is Khloe's fifth art tour for the University of Chicago. Khloe can be reached at khloe@ChicagoBooth.edu.