Getting your MBA usually does not precede an Emmy Award-winning comedy writing career – that is, unless you're JOEL COHEN. The acclaimed writer of "The Simpsons" addresses the dichotomy between "creatives" and "suits" in his speech, "The Business Tao of Homer: Lessons and Creativity and Innovation" at SCAD. As part of the Ivy Hall lecture series, Cohen shares his insights on running a successful company while maintaining a hit show, and addresses the universal concern of reconciling who we are with who we must be in the corporate world. Free. 6:30 p.m. 1600 Peachtree St., Building C. 404-253-3206. www.artofrestoration.org.