Responsibility art is a connecting of ideas, thoughts, personal research, and real-world applications that identify and celebrate the actions and intersections of effective leadership and management. Many books emphasize the idea or creative spark that initiates the actions of leaders and managers. However, the spark is not enough. The problems of our world are solved billions of times every day. Just ask the next person you see how to fix the economy, political process, or child hunger. You are likely to receive a litany of answers, a basket of ideas, or enough sparks to light a dark room. Then ask that person what they are doing to make their ideas reality. It's likely that your conversation will end. Responsibility art is action at the intersection of the why and the you of leading and managing. Responsibility art takes the problem-solving sparks, all those glorious creative ideas, and acts to make them reality. Action is a filter between thinkers and responsibility artists.