A Virtual Experience Salon — Designing for End of Life

Watch this timely and moving Virtual Experience Salon – Designing for End of Life – with the incredible Michael Hebb, founder of Death Over Dinner and the recently launched End of Life Collective, and renowned movement artist, Jon Boogz.

Amid the pandemic, we have Experienced – individually and collectively – so many losses. From the depth of deaths that could not be prevented or mourned, to the loss of jobs, routines, sleep, and control. This time of “great pause” is shining a bright light on the opportunity in front of us to more holistically imagine and design for loss and End of Life across the full spectrum of our caring Experience.

Michael Hebb is the founder of EOL – The End of Life Collective, Death Over Dinner, and creative agency Convivum, and is a partner at Roundglass, a global wellbeing organization. For the past 20 years Michael has been working to understand the secrets of human connection. His projects have turned into international movements and impacted millions. His latest work, The End of Life Collective, is designed as a free community resource with a dream for caregivers to share EOL with families and patients.

Jon Boogz is a movement artist, choreographer, and director whose edgy contemporary work seeks to push the evolution of what dance can be. Sharing with audiences of all backgrounds an appreciation of the melding of movement genres while inspiring and bringing awareness to social issues. He’s worked, choreographed and directed with artists and brands such as Pharrell, Naomi Campbell, Banana Republic, Apple, Hulu, and Netflix.