A Book of the Month Club Selection, and winner of the Broadway Theatre Institute and Benjamin Franklin awards, The Everyday Work of Art has earned a wide, varied and passionate following—in the arts, education, business, and spiritual communities. Its wide appeal springs from its unique and powerful redefinition of art. This is more than the ‘nouns’ of art that fill museums and concert halls. This is the art in which all people engage in bits and pieces throughout the day—whenever we use the same “verbs” of art that artists use. The Everyday Work of Art illuminates the artistry we all practice, and it enables us to reclaim the fun and satisfaction that is already happening unnoticed right under our noses. Discover why Yo-Yo Ma calls this book “a joy to read” and why critics, celebrities, artists, educators, philosophers, students and parents have become enthusiastic readers and practitioners of The Everyday Work of Art.
A successful Broadway actor for a decade, Eric Booth launched a business that became the largest of its kind in the United States. He also began teaching, which led to programs he started at Juilliard, Lincoln Center Institute, The Kennedy Center, and Tanglewood. Described as a Renaissance man and a master teacher, he is a frequent keynote speaker and tireless advocate for the arts.