Ivan Cash is a American-based artist, director, and author. He is known for his unique approach to art that focuses on human connection and the power of community. With numerous awards and accolades under his belt, including Forbes 30 Under 30, Ivan's work has impacted people from all over the world and has been featured in major publications and exhibitions.
Why you should book Ivan Cash for your next event
- Unique and Memorable Experience: Ivan’s work is characterized by creativity, interactivity, and a focus on fostering connections among participants. By booking him for your event, you can provide your audience with a truly unique and memorable experience that will leave a lasting impression.
- Proven Track Record: Ivan’s work has been recognized and celebrated by numerous prestigious organizations, including Forbes, Adweek, Sundance, and TEDx. He has also amassed an impressive online following, with over 100 million views of his work online. This demonstrates his ability to engage and connect with people from all walks of life.
- Versatility and Flexibility: As a multi-disciplinary artist, Ivan is able to adapt his work to a wide range of settings and audiences. Whether you are planning a corporate event, a festival, or a community gathering, he can work with you to create a customized experience that meets your specific needs and goals.
Ivan Cash is an award-winning multi-disciplinary artist whose work explores the power of human connection. From recruiting 2,000 volunteers to handwrite 30,000 emails to connecting 50,000 strangers from 75 countries to draw each other, his work highlights our shared humanity in creative, unexpected ways. Having been recognized as a Forbes 30 Under 30 artist and Adweek Creative 100, his work has been presented around the world, including SXSW, Sundance, TEDx, and The New York Times, received over 100 million online views, five Vimeo Staff Picks, multiple Webby Honorees, and a Fast Company World Changing Ideas award.
His work has been collected twice by the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, commissioned by Netflix and Airbnb Studios, and featured in virtually every major news publication including The New York Times, CNN, The Guardian, The Atlantic, and more.
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