The founder of Isometric Studios will provide behind the scenes insights about how they started and are sustaining their business (particularly given the recent challenge of COVID-19), and through case studies, will relate the challenges and opportunities associated with arts entrepreneurship.
The leaders will then guide the participants through the process of creating a mind map, starting from where they are today to the work or career they would ideally like to have, leveraging the group’s insights on the best way to help people achieve their goals.
- Andy Chen '09
- Waqas Jawaid '10
This event is 7-8:30 pm EST.
Students: Please RSVP on Handshake.
Alumni: Please RSVP at https://events4.princeton.edu/artsatworkbusiness
Registration closes at 5 p.m. EST the day before the event. You will receive the Zoom link a day before the event.
This event is part of the Arts at Work program, which brings Princeton students and alumni together for speakers and panel discussions, artists’ showcases and social events. The program is also designed to provide Princetonians a supportive arts and creative community and opportunities to learn about the realities of life and work in various creative fields.
Andy Chen '09 and Waqas Jawaid '10 are partners at Isometric, a Brooklyn-based design studio that unites graphic design and architecture to create empowering visual identities and spatial experiences. Their more well-known clients include the USAID, Google, Museum of the City of New York, Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum, and the Center for Reproductive Rights. They have also collaborated with 15+ departments and offices at Princeton University.