Are You Looking for a Way for Your Workers to be More Productive?

Written by Art in the News. Posted in Art for hotels and restaurants, Corporate art consulting, How to create a winning culture

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The famous Broadway creator of Hamilton Lin-Manuel Miranda released a video earlier this week that makes a strong statement about the state of U.S. immigration policy. Making the talk show rounds during the last two nights, Miranda has spoken passionately about how art can help share a message that might otherwise be too difficult and confusing to confront. Through art, Miranda and many other artists, can address the difficult topics in our world.
Art can also serve many other purposes as well. It can provide comfort, joy, relaxation, and hope. Addressing these needs is the work of art consulting firms. Coming into a hospital lobby or an office common space, an art consulting firm can create an environment that facilitates productivity and inspiration as well.
Art crosses all borders. It allows artists to address tough current event topics, but it can also be used to promote a more productive work environment. Hospitality art consultants, for instance, can create a sense of both community and relaxation by the decorations that they select, the colors that they employ, and the sounds that they use.

  • Fine art consultants embrace research that supports enhancing work spaces. For instance, some studies find that people working in enriched spaces, defined as those decorated with art or plants, were 17% more productive than people working in lean spaces.
  • In a 2011 University of London results indicated that blood flow increased 10% to the “joy response” part of the brain when subjects saw a beautiful painting. This “joy response” is the same as when a person is looking at a loved one.
  • New art consulting projects can help you create an office or a waiting area that promotes relaxation and peace.
  • Design and fine art consultants spend time interviewing their clients and the customers of those clients to make sure that they understand everything there is to know about how the space is used and who will be in the space.
  • In reasearch by the The Cleveland Clinic studies found that more than 60% of patients reported a reduction in stress from the hospital’s contemporary art collection. The works used in this space are ones that were produced in the last 30 years, including public sculptures, fine art posters in exam rooms, abstract designs, and nature images.
  • Ne research continues to confirm that how a workspace is designed and decorated can facilitat
  • Galleries is art museums often have a calming effect on those people who visit. This same mood can be created in areas in a hotel lobby or a hospital waiting area by using the same art consulting techniques that have long been employed by museum curators.



  • Paintings, sculptures, and graphic designs can all work together to create a variety of moods. From inspirational to relaxing, art consulting techniques can help building owners create the desired effect.
  • Estimates indicate that 78% of people agree that art in the workplace helps businesses addresses reducing stress, a key challenge in many work environments. In other responses, 64% indicate that are in the workplace can also increase creativity, while 77% agree that art in the workplace can also encourage expression of opinions.
  • Arts and Health Alliance survey findings from 129 Veterans medical centers in 2013 produced some interesting results. Of these VA locations, 50% of them offered patients bedside arts programming opportunities. Additionally, more than 40% indicated that they have commissioned paintings, rotating art exhibitions, permanent art collections, or sculptures in their buildings.
  • Comments from patients indicate that artwork, among other things, can make them feel more at home. For instance, Arts for Health staff at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center in North Carolina conducted a feasibility study on a neurosurgery floor. In this study, they added art to some patients? rooms and placed 18 large pieces of local art on the walls of lobbies and hallways. Patients revealed that these additions made them made them feel more comfortable; feel more at home; some even commented it made them feel that the staff cared more.
  • Estimates indicate that 94% of survey respondents believe that art makes their workplace more welcoming and that 61% agree art also stimulates creativity.

Are you weary of looking at the drab walls at your office? Maybe it is finally time to make an artistic change.

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