Applied Empathy is a monthly conversation series held at Sub Rosa’s studio in Manhattan. Each discussion features individuals who incorporate empathic behaviors into their professional and personal lives. In conjunction with a Sub Rosa moderator and audience, they discuss a unique theme pertaining to empathy and their respective careers.
April’s discussion was moderated by Sub Rosa’s Founder/CEO Michael Ventura and titled All the Feels: How Emotions Create Meaning in the Work We Do. The evening featured Tony Award-winning playwright, actress, TED speaker, and poet Sarah Jones. Sarah is perhaps best known for her play Bridge and Tunnel. Her newest work Sell/Buy/Date will premiere at Manhattan Theatre Club this fall.
Sarah was joined by art entrepreneur Mike Perry, whose notable work includes the now-iconic visual identity for Comedy Central’s Broad City. In addition to this work, Mike makes paintings, animation, sculptures, books, public art installations, monographs, exhibitions, drawings, silkscreens, and more.
Hear what happened when these two dynamic artists were paired together in our podcast below.