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Mobile Incubator

Lucas Spivey | Mobile Incubator
July 20–October 22, 2017
Opening Reception | Thursday, July 20
Summer Public Art Residency on BCA Plaza

The Mobile Incubator is, physically, an overhauled 1957 Shasta camper, but Lucas Spivey has replaced the trailer’s original functionality with those of a home office and recording studio. The mobile office, complete with faux-yard and patio furniture, will act as a catalyst for collaboration between the realms of arts/culture and business. Spivey will host podcasts with entrepreneurs, researchers and thought leaders each week and present these to the public, while also holding drop-in sessions to perform pro bono business development for artists and cultural organizations.

The core focus of Spivey’s project is to encourage the exchange of information between creative- and business-minded individuals. “Arts and culture have a great deal to gain from the essentials of business,” Spivey contends. “And business has a lot to gain from the creativity and freedom so central to the arts.”

Read the press release here.