Jan Sokoloff Harness, author of Creative Instigation blog, discusses inventive ways to spend your indoor time during the next “snowpocalypse.”
Judy Willis, an expert on learning-centered brain research and classroom strategies, gives a succinct summary of current research into the contribution of the arts in education to brain development and the development of creative thinking.
Eric Markowitz, writing on Inc.com, reports on studies from UT-Austin that demonstrate that openly expressed diversity can assist creativity in the work place, and also interviews industry experts on how to truly make diversity work at work.
Steve Tobak, a consultant, writer, and former senior executive with more than 20 years of experience in the technology industry, makes 10 very simple suggestions to help readers get their work-related creativity fired up again.
TED is taking its “Ideas Worth Spreading” video presentations a step further with TED Books, an imprint of short nonfiction e-books available for the Kindle and Kindle Reader through Amazon’s new line of Kindle Singles books.
Patrick Ross, who has taken a cross-country trip to interview artists across the United States, discusses his video interview with painter/photographer Amy Buchheit, and the winding path that she and other artists have taken to pursue their creative passion full-time. Ross’ interview with Buchheit is also embedded in the post.