“That corny phrase ‘thinking outside the box,’ that’s what I do for corporations,” he says. “In teaching them how to draw, I’m teaching them an entirely new way to see. They unbox their minds and absorb what’s really there, with all of the complexity and beauty. One of the common phrases that students use afterward
Two Ways of Knowing Betty Edwards has used the terms L-Mode and R-Mode to designate two ways of knowing and seeing – the verbal, analytic mode and the visual, perceptual mode – no matter where they are located in the individual brain. You are probably aware of these different characteristics. L-mode is a step-by-step style
An interesting video on creativity Burstein identifies four lessons that creative people should embrace: Pay attention to the world around you, and be open to experiences that might change you. (aka being present and self-awareness) Realize that the best work often comes out of the life experiences that are most difficult. (aka acceptance) Get comfortable
Can you express ‘my life so far’ in a 6-word one-liner? Some examples of one-liner life stories: If only I had turned left. No A Levels but a millionaire. Alas, Mr Right never turned up. Wasted my whole life getting comfortable. Started slowly then dashed to line. Ditched the map, found better route.
All children are artists. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up.” Pablo Picasso (picture by A.J. Caparo) ‘SEEING BEYOND’ Adventures in Creativity Program Series Program description This program aims to support participants to develop in the areas of creativity, focus, self- confidence self-esteem, and unique self-expression in a playful
20 Things Only Highly Creative People Would Understand – BY KEVIN KAISER full article here – source: lifehack.org “There’s no argument anymore. Neuroscience confirms that highly creative people think and act differently than the average person. Their brains are literally hardwired in a unique way. But that gift can often strain relationships. … 1. They