What is social art?

Social Art (noun): An interactive experience that 1) is a hell of a lot of fun, 2) engages multiple communication styles and 3) brings people together to explore relevant topics related to culture, identity, and belonging with 4) an intention to engage and inspire everyone's genius.

How it works

Everyone's buzzing wi "10x"

The mosaic is an excellent ice breaker and sparks engagement throughout your event.

After a short 2 step design process your mosaic experience is ready to go. All you have to do is open the box and let the experience unfold.

Aligned to a central theme guests contribute their "piece," both literally and figuratively, resulting in an impressionable collective expression.

Consistently, introverts exhale a breath of relief and everyone agrees that the beauty exists because everyone's different piece.

10 x Art

Values. Retention and engagement is significantly higher for employees guided to personally connect with company values during onboarding.
Community. When people feel bonded to their peers and like they belong they are more relaxed, contribute their unique ideas, and feel valued.
Play. Above purpose, play is the most influential factor for retention. When people are having fun and feel good they stick around and engage.
Perspective taking. When people put what’s in the brain onto the page the reality strikes, “we really do see and interpret the world differently.” Social art helps people recognize and engage differences.
Inclusion. Art engages introverts and extroverts. Beyond language,  it’s a medium everyone can relate with.
Mitigates conflict. Most conflict is rooted in misunderstanding. Exercising the “perspective taking” muscle allows differences to coexist and creative problem solving to thrive.
Learning & Development. “The systems art nourishes, including our integrated sensory, attentional, cognitive, emotional, and motor capacities, are the driving forces behind all other learning.”
Narrative. Sharing stories lower cortisol and epinephrine (stress hormones) and increase oxytocin and dopamine (ease hormones).
Ambient Belonging. Research shows that visual spatial cues have significant impact on who shows up, how they feel, and whether or not they stay.
Visual cues & Sustained Resonance. Songs transport us in time as imaging biting a lemon can cause salivation. The Mosaic provides visual workplace cues with purposeful impact.
Ownership. People take pride in what they create, especially when it’s meaningful. The Mosaic empowers people to share and represent company values.