(7 minutes and 18 seconds)
My topic today is inspiration – defined as a stimulation of the mind or senses resulting in activity or creativity.
How do you get inspired? This state of inspiration – is there a patter or mechanics to it achieving it? Maybe just mystical … Types for a source of inspiration – immediate need an idea – summer is approaching (goal) or Random encounter (thats the best;)
(7 minutes and 58 seconds)
My topic today is [beauty] – defined as [the quality present in a thing or person that gives intense pleasure or deep satisfaction to the mind, whether arising from sensory manifestations (as shape, color, sound, etc.), a meaningful design or pattern, or something else (as a personality in which high spiritual qualities are manifest).]
(12 min and 32 seconds)
Find an educational component – create a way to learn more details about how to understand your language.
Share your creativity with other people – make is accessible.
Focus on authentic emotional experiences – share what you feel as well as what you think.
Highlight shared experiences of the people who react to what you’re communicating – it takes on a life of it own.
Learn from others – communication is a cultural-living-changing thing with a long history.
(video: 2 minutes 31 seconds)
The November 2012 “Adventures in Creative Communication” is on exploring the unknown. In most creative processes there are unfolding levels of observation, comprehension, and mastery. It’s a common process to go from a comfortable known place into a totally chaotic mess. For this month I focused on a few different ways of thinking about how we explore the unknown as creative communicators.
(14 minutes and 12 seconds)
My topic today is self-expression – Expression of one’s own personality, feelings, or ideas, as through speech or art.
A quote from (Pearl S. Buck). “Self-expression must pass into communication for its fulfillment”
I’m going to talk about what inspired this months topic and then show you how you can use video to help increase your creative skills in observational drawing and self-expression.