I’m pretty busy getting ready for this weekend’s Married Life Live, which is extra-curricular activity in my world.
So let me leave you with one question that arose in yesterday’s The Artist’s Way meeting (as we swayed way off topic in our break-out group):
“(Whether they are right-brained or left-brained,) does every human have the capability / potential of doing something creative, specifically in the arts, at a “professional” or competent level that would be recognized by peers in that field?”
And we were referring specifically to traditional Arts-based creativity (music, writing, visual arts, film, etc.), versus creative problem solving in a non-Arts field.
Think about it….
And here’s another nugget to chew on from me to you:
“As far as “being creative” in the Arts is concerned, what is the difference between someone who is creative in their interpretation / adaptation (musician, actor) and someone who creates a work (songwriter, novelist, playwright).”