Danielle Wohl Art Advisory provides comprehensive art consulting services for the business community.
There are many important ways that people are influenced by art in their workplace. Art promotes social interactions, elicits emotional responses, facilitates personal connection-making, and generally enhances the workplace environment.
Every project responds to the client’s core values and corporate identity. Our art programs advance the culture of a company—and create a vibrant workplace.
- Identify goals and vision based on client interviews, facilitated conversations and research
- All-inclusive project planning and budgeting
- Identify priority locations for artworks, in response to the architecture and function of the space
- Coordinate with local, national and international business units, architects and project teams
- Identify and propose artworks that reflect company’s vision, brand story and user groups
- Provide sketches and models for client’s consideration
- Guide the art selection process and finalize purchases
- Handle custom art framing and transit; oversee installation
- Manage site-specific commissions, including communications with artists, contracts and production schedules
- Write, produce and install informational labels
- Provide tours for employees
- Provide full documentation of artworks
Customized services available, including cultural events and client activities.
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Danielle Wohl is a meticulous curator with a great eye and attention to all the details . . . . The process went very smoothly and the artworks have had a significant impact on the look and feel of the building.