Strategies for creativity when the world is in chaos
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In this time of crisis, when normal life has been so uprooted, it’s important to be able to adapt to the changing situation. The same is true for us artists as anyone. For example, when the Williamson Art Gallery’s Open […]
Last week, I came to the conclusion that no matter what I do, I’ll end up hurting someone. This left me feeling stuck; I felt I had to do something but I also felt I could do nothing that helped. […]
This is the transcript for a Lecture & Masterclass to be held at Frankfurt University Hospital.With the COVID-19 crisis, I reframed my talk to the criticality for scientists to work with creative & neurodiverse allies. I invited all to join a new Network. We’re stronger together.
So a really interesting episode of thinking aloud, that tackles lots of issues around artists and the cultural industries and paying artists. Really relevant and worth a listen to. ‘Creativity – has it become the meaningless buzz word for our […]
It is difficult with Bipolar Disorder and my mobility issues, so much pain, emotional and muscular.
Art Making Art Thinking – intermittent conversations visual and written
Fancy a creative future? Then look no further than 64 Million Artists, a national campaign that wants to unlock the creativity of everyone in Britain. Throughout January it set short daily creative challenges up to 20 minutes long that were […]
It is just as important to nurture individuals and micro arts groups as it is to protect big bricks and mortar institutions In recent months, and in the run-up to this month’s spending round, arts lobbying network What Next? has […]
This piece of writing is my own theory about how creative ideas come in a cyclical flow. I am going to write about my understanding of the creative cycle, how I define it and how I think it works. This is […]
Alright? I’m a Fine Art student at the University of Suffolk (previously University Campus Suffolk), and I’m now in my final year (my third year). How things goes so quick… For my first blog here, I’m going to be introducing my studies throughout my times at university.
I have just re-red three early Margaret Atwood novels, triggered by a chance discovery in a charity shop of a green spine Virago Lady Oracle. They fit my theme of transforming/multiple women. In this novel Joan/Lady Orace/Louise K Delacourt was […]
I find it really interesting that many successful creative people have the same personality trait in common: they are open to new experiences. Having an open mind, a willingness to try new things or at least entertain the prospect of […]
Endgames. The land of Literature is a fairyland to those who view it from a distance, but like all other landscapes the charm fades on nearer approach, and the thorns and briars become visible. Washington Irving It seems I have […]
On the 11th of August, Hazlehurst Studios held their first ‘Art in the Garden’ session, which I blogged about here ‘Art in the Garden‘ , which is supporting our campaign to get more creative with the local community, that in […]
Hazlehurst Studios is a not for profit CIC based in Runcorn, Cheshire.
From:August 03, 2015
To:August 31, 2015
Location:South East England
AUDIOBLOG -Please click here We decided to slot in an extra session as we were both suddenly free. We have a certain amount of sessions booked, with a couple of extras as a contingency. I am fairly flexible, this […]
I’ve been having a bit of a rant (I know! SO unlike me!) And my friend Nicki, mentioned in a previous post said I should blog it. I am no fool. I know she said this just to shut me […]
This blog is in connection with the workshop I will be running by the same title Oct.5,2014