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Austin Team Building - The Dirty Easel

Creative Team Building to Drive Innovation

The Dirty Easel is a creative source for people and organizations that want to drive innovation. In our creative team building workshops employees or leaders learn techniques to be more creative and enhance team spirit through painting. While painting our clients experience how the creative process works and learn to apply it to the work they do. Teams learn to collaborate creatively and how to grow into innovative teams.  

How will your organization thrive while the world around you is changing in an ever faster pace?  Learn to use the full creative potential of your team to fight disruption.

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Key benefits of our workshops are that they:

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The Creativity Gap

According to the State of Create Study, business has a creativity gap: Companies understand they need creativity, but most people believe they are not creative.

We help organizations to close this gap.

The most important leadership quality for CEOs is: Creativity.

75% of people in the US believe they are not living up to their creative potential.

7 in 10 Americans believe that unlocking creative potential is key to economic & social growth.

Globally less than 50% describe themselves as being creative.

Companies We've Worked With

Praise

“We invited Christiane to our office at Facebook Austin for a painting/team building exercise. It was a huge success! She made it fun, useful, and memorable. I highly recommend her and Dirty Easel!”

Peter Stern

“Christiane with The Dirty Easel hosted our annual work gathering and it was a fabulous time!! She encouraged our creativity and the uniqueness of each piece of art work created by my coworkers was amazing.  It was a great time of bonding and fun.”

Allison Zander

“This was a super fun experience and I can’t wait to do it again! Painting without a plan is relaxing, fun, and much less stressful than comparing your painting to the artist teaching and everyone else’s canvas in the room”

Nicole Garrett