“I can’t stand sales!” How many times have you heard, or said that? Most designers groan at the idea of selling themselves or their work, and many actively avoid it. But it doesn’t matter if you are an independent designer, work within an agency or anywhere in-between–– the fact of the matter is, if you don’t sell, it’s going to be pretty hard to make a living.
With that in mind, join us and Baltimore Improv Group for a special Design Week improv workshop helping you hone your sales skills. Then, stay for a fun show with some of BIG’s best improvisers as they hilariously memorialize a special guest in a series of made up, totally unprepared comedy scenes.
Learn to employ basic improv comedy exercises to create a playful and safe environment in which to focus on sales skills. Exercises will coach on being in the moment, actively listening, and building on objectives to a place of agreement.
"Act as if what you do makes a difference. It does." -William James
Your ticket price includes a 1.5-hour workshop, 2 drink tickets, and entry into the BIG Time Improv Show. The BIG Theater is located at 1727 N. Charles St. Free Street Parking is available after 6pm
Credit/debit cards only — no cash or checks will be accepted.
Please note that in order to continue to provide quality programming, our policy is not to issue refunds unless an event has been cancelled.
About Baltimore Improv Group
Baltimore Improv Group (BIG) deploys veteran improv teachers to corporations in order to share the unique lessons of improv comedy to the professional world. Using fun and fundamental exercises, BIG will create a safe and playful atmosphere in which to address any soft skill you're looking to focus on.
Check out this video to see BIG's unique approach to corporate training!
AIGA Baltimore Design Week 2018
This year’s AIGA Baltimore Design Week is an exploration of topics related to the boundaries – real and artificial – that constrain, separate, protect, and define us. As designers, as Baltimoreans, and as people.
Join us, along with luminaries from Baltimore’s academic and design communities, for a series of events and discussions in October as we look back at developments that shaped Baltimore design over the last year, and look ahead to what’s next. See the full week of events here.