What you will learn:

Artists are constantly told our style is what defines us, what makes our art good or bad, what may or may not help us stand out. So how is it some artists spend a lifetime trying to find their style? Why is it so difficult? The truth is, it’s not as complicated as we think, but many of us are looking for the wrong answers in all the wrong places. What can an artist’s journey teach us about our own “style” in life and business? What can be learned from unusual pathways or by paying attention to our own path? How can we benefit from not paying attention at all and indulging in some good, old-fashioned daydreaming? What is the real difference between style and voice? Does one inform the other and how does sincerity translate to success? You might be surprised by the power of your own voice and how unique your style truly is.

About the instructor:

Anika Orrock is an award-winning illustrator, author, historian and storyteller (and baseball nerd). Her work has been featured in The New York Times, The San Francisco Chronicle, The Washington Post, on NPR and more, and has been commissioned by major corporations, sports organizations, nonprofits, museums and record labels. Her latest book, The Incredible Women of the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League, is a fully-illustrated narrative history of America’s first, and so far only, professional women’s baseball league (1943-1954). Ms. Orrock is also a vocal and dedicated advocate for gender and racial equality, on and off the baseball diamond.
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Suggested Length:60 min(Flexible)
# of Employees: Flexible
Format: Live via Zoom
Available Formats:
  • Keynote Followed by Q&A
  • Lecture with Discussion
  • Interactive Workshop

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