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Phil Hansen

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Ep. 274 - An Interview With Phil Hansen

Art Ed Radio

Phil Hansen is an artist, creative, and an advocate for advancing art education. He’s the author of Tattoo a Banana, a guide to exploring creativity through art with everyday materials. His Embrace the Shake TED talk is a favorite of art teachers everywhere. And today, he joins Tim on the podcast to talk about creativity, artmaking, and education. Listen as they discuss Phil's experiences in art class, his journey as an artist, and his presentation at the upcoming NOW Conference. Resources and Links See Phil's Instagram Watch the Embrace the Shake TED Talk Visit Phil's website Learn all about the upcoming NOW Conference


6 Jul 2021

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Episode 023 - Lessons Learned from Years of Practicing Leadership with Chief Phil Hansen

CATO Podcast

Chief Hansen is that rare leader you can’t help but want to work for when you meet him. His combination of humility, humor, and sage wisdom not only provide lessons we can all learn from but they set the standard for what today’s leaders should embody. He has dedicated his life to the thoughtful study of leadership and serving others, and in this podcast episode he sits down with Brent and Marcus to discuss the lessons he learned over the course of his 40+ years in law enforcement.

1hr 15mins

7 May 2021

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Phil Hansen

Who ARTed

For images and resources, go to www.WhoArtEdPodcast.com For this week's episode I spoke with Kelly Beach about the contemporary American artist, Phil Hansen. The specific work being discussed was Hansen's piece Cobain, from his Goodbye Art 2 series. Hansen's work focuses largely on the creative process and overcoming obstacles. Hansen himself struggled with a tremor that hindered his artistic career until he learned to "embrace the shake" and change his methods, change his mindset and opened up a whole new world of possibilities.  If you enjoy the podcast, please like, subscribe, leave a review and help spread the word.


9 Nov 2020

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PHIL HANSEN : silver linings and canned peaches

The Jealous Curator : ART FOR YOUR EAR

An inspiring TED Talk, a portrait of Edgar Allan Poe made from 7000 earthworms, and a ripped up Bob Ross portrait for one of you! Phil Hansen is my guest.

1hr 21mins

8 Feb 2020

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Phil Hansen: Transforming Limitations into Opportunities

Executive Speakers on Speakers

Referred to by his fans as “the Artist for the People”, Phil Hansen is an internationally recognized multimedia artist, speaker, author and innovator -- at the forefront of bringing art to a wider audience. Crashing irreverently through conventional boundaries, Phil works at the intersection of traditional art, electronic media, offbeat materials, and interactive experiences. He is most widely known for his meta-art, videos that document the creation process (sometimes even through destruction), showing millions that art is action, not just result. Hansen’s work also extends deeply into traditional media with features on the Discovery Channel, Good Morning America, the Rachael Ray Show, and Last Call with Carson Daly, Glamour and many more. His work is sought-after by many influential clients including the Grammy Awards, Disney, Skype, Mazda and the Rockefeller Foundation. For the tens of millions who have seen Phil’s art on TV and online, it’s hard to imagine that his artistic journey nearly came to an end when a tremor developed in his drawing hand. In exploring new ways to create art, Phil discovered that by embracing his shake, limitations could become the passageway to creativity. His inspirational story was first shared on the TED stage to a standing ovation, and then shared around the world including on PBS, BBC and CCTV. Now, Phil’s ability to draw parallels to the business setting has won him followers among industry and business leaders, leading to invitations to speak at the TED2013 conference, Adobe MAX Creativity Conference, World 2Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates, and the Million Dollar Round Table. “Phil’s message of self-reinvention and the power of transforming adversity into opportunity is one that translates well across audiences—regardless of the industry. His message inspires, motivates and reenergizes the creative spirit in us all.” - Ford Motor Company “We need to first be limited in order to become limitless.” - Phil Hansen At the request of some of his speaking clients, Phil has designed a unique art experience beyond the talk. Companies who are seeking an unforgettable interactive experience for their audience are absolutely stunned by its originality, value and effect. "A number of years ago at our sales meeting we had a very expensive performance painter present. I can say that the impact of Phil’s talk with the fingerprint art project provided much more impact and value. Being able to connect all employees to a single work of art is absolutely incredible." - Bethany Quam, General Mills President, Convenience & Foodservice Division Besides speaking and doing art, Phil is an advocate for advancing art education. He’s the author of Tattoo a Banana, a guide to exploring creativity through art with everyday materials. And he’s the founder of Goodbye-Art Academy, providing high quality and free art education videos to teachers and students everywhere. To book Phil Hansen call Executive Speakers Bureau at 901-672-6548.


27 Nov 2019

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MVFC First and Goal Podcast with NDSU’s Phil Hansen – former NFL & Bison Defensive End

Valley Football First and Goal - Official MVC Podcast

On this edition of the MVFC First and Goal podcast, host Kelly Burke interviews former Buffalo Bills and NDSU standout defensive end turned Bison radio analyst, Phil Hansen.  The pair break down the FCS national championship matchup between NDSU and JMU, his preparation for the title game, and his impressions of this year’s NDSU team.  The two compare recent Bison Championship teams to those from the 80’s, Phil’s experiences playing in Super Bowls and for 3 NDSU national titles, his prediction for the FCS title game and keys to an NDSU win. Phil also delves into his upbringing on a farm and interest in politics, shares his thoughts on NFL rule changes and handling head injuries, his side gig as a high school official, being multi-dimensional & his advice to athletes post-sport. MVFC Football: @ValleyFootball Kelly Burke: @KellyBurkeSprts NDSU Football: @NDSUfootball About the show: Subscribe to First and Goal on iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play, Podbean, or anywhere you listen to podcasts. Go to https://youtu.be/IlW8mGDQhso to watch today’s discussion on video! Get more information and content from the Missouri Valley Football Conference – just go to MVCPodcast.com to find the best subscribe option for you! Brought to you by LineupMedia.fm. The post MVFC First and Goal Podcast with NDSU’s Phil Hansen – former NFL & Bison Defensive End appeared first on Missouri Valley Football Conference: First and Goal.


4 Jan 2018

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Multi Media Artist Phil Hansen

That Got Me Thinking

Artist Phil Hansen is a multi media creative daredevil of Ted Talk fame. He challenges himself, and his audience, to spark creativity by thinking inside the proverbial box. His theory is that by embracing limitations we can soar further than ever imagined. Early in his career, Hansen was challenged to embrace his limitations or walk away from the production of art entirely. As a pointillist artist experiencing neurological damage in his hands, he determined to embrace the shake. By embracing limitations and then going even further to self impose a few of his own, just for the fun of it, he has embarked on a prolific creative joy ride to see where being in the box can take us. Website: philinthecircle.com The post Multi Media Artist Phil Hansen appeared first on That Got Me Thinking.

1hr 4mins

7 Aug 2016