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1 CULTIVATING CREATIVITY “The heart of all new ideas lies in the borrowing, adding combining or modifying of old ones. Do it by accident and people call you lucky. Do it by design and they’ll call you creative.” -Michael LeBouf, in Imagineering

2 Design and Creativity

3 How do you work creatively? 1- Receptivity 2- Curiosity 3- Wide Range of interests 4- Attentiveness 5- Connection seeking 6- Conviction 7- Complexity 7 CHARACTERISTICS OF CREATIVE THINKING

4 Tim Hawkinson, Bird, fingernails

5 Be open to new ideas and experiences Use your senses! Listen, look, touch, taste, smell! RECEPTIVITY

6 Research new ideas CURIOSITY

7 An artist who has who has a background in literature, geology, archery, music, and history can make more connections than a single minded specialist. Josiah McElheny, The End Of Modernity 2004 WIDE RANGE OF INTERESTS

8 Look carefully! Creative people see possibilities others miss. Jennifer Angus, Chiyogami 2004 ATTENTIVENESS

9 detail

10 Seeing the similarity among seemingly disparate parts has often sparked creative breakthrough. Delft ginger jar Wim Delvoye Two Delft Butane Bottles, 1988 CONNECTION SEEKING

11 Value existing knowledge Consider new possibilities Pursue an independent path CONVICTION

12 Logic and analysis is needed for the realization of a new idea. COMPLEXITY

13 Tim Hawkinson, finger trees

14 Ole Worm, room of curiosities

15 Vito Acconci, Trademarks

16 Vito Acconci, City of Words

17 Shirin Neshat, Women of Allah series

18 Goal Setting Goal Setting Strategies Characteristics of Good Goals -Challenging but attainable -Compatible -Self Directed -Clearly Defined -Temporary

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20 Time Management Felix Gonzales-Torres, perfect lovers

21 Time Management Set the Stage

22 Time Management Set the Stage Prioritize

23 Time Management Set the Stage Prioritize See the Big Picture

24 Time Management Set the Stage Prioritize See the Big Picture Work Sequentially

25 Mike Kelly, A Continuous Screening of Bob Clark's Film "Porky's" (1981), the Soundtrack of which has been Replaced with Morton Subotnik's Electronic Composition "The Wild Bull," and Presented in the Secret Sub-Basement of the Gymnasium Locker Room, 2002 (MP# 02-4)

26 Mike Kelly, Repressed Spatial Relationships Rendered as Fluid, No. 1: Martian School(Work Site), 2002

27 Time Management Set the Stage Prioritize See the Big Picture Work Sequentially Use Parts to Create the Whole

28 Tara Donovan, plastic cups

29 Tara Donovan, Untitled, paper plates

30 Tara Donovan, Untitled, tooth picks

31 Time Management Set the Stage Prioritize See the Big Picture Work Sequentially Use Parts to Create the Whole Make the Most of Class Time

32 Time Management Set the Stage Prioritize See the Big Picture Work Sequentially Use Parts to Create the Whole Make the Most of Class Time Start Early

33 Time Management Set the Stage Prioritize See the Big Picture Work Sequentially Use Parts to Create the Whole Make the Most of Class Time Start Early When in Doubt Crank it out

34 Time Management Set the Stage Prioritize See the Big Picture Work Sequentially Use Parts to Create the Whole Make the Most of Class Time Start Early When in Doubt Crank it out Work Together

35 Assignment #54 Draw the news. Colby Brumit Denver, Colorado Assignment #28 Edit a photo album page. "Braden, age 4, bellyjumping in the living room in Vermont" Alison Wilder Iowa City, Iowa

36 Time Management Set the Stage Prioritize See the Big Picture Work Sequentially Use Parts to Create the Whole Make the Most of Class Time Start Early When in Doubt Crank it out Work Together Reduce Stress

37 Ron Mueck


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