“The blank space can be humbling. But I’ve faced it my whole professional life. It’s my job. It’s also my calling.” Choreographer Twyla Tharp talks about the challenges of this “blank space” or “blank page” experience that most artists have to face in her book “The Creative Habit”: “My dancers expect me to deliver because […]
Jenna Avery writes: “I connected with Douglas’s work originally through my interest in highly sensitive people and his site HighlySensitive.org. “Eby describes creative visionaries as people who have a drive, passion, persistence, or consuming commitment to realize their creative ideas. “As visionaries, they have a sense of their work being so important, meaningful, and emotionally […]
It may be advice often given to writers, but is the idea to “write what you know” always understood, and valuable for creating good work?
In his post “Write what you know” – the most misunderstood piece of good advice, ever., Jason G…
In his writings and presentations about being creative, Michael Gelb addresses many topics, including being sensitive and creative:
“Every sound and every silence provides an opportunity to deepen auditory attunement; but city sounds can be over…
How does our self concept, our identity, affect creative expression?
How do we find creative passions and how does pursuing them demand changes in our life?
One example of an artist who has addressed these questions is Natalie Fobes.
A bio on her site …