My Creative Corner: How I’m Breaking Bad Habits and Forming Good Ones
Steven Dubner:  Understand the Nature of Creativity — and Success.

Steven Dubner: Understand the Nature of Creativity — and Success.

There’s an irony in trying to get people to do their best work — but particularly to try new things and to innovate — in that very often the kind of characteristics that are common to someone who will have a good new idea have no overlap with the characteristics that are common to someone

Creativity Connects

Creativity Connects

Creativity connects the arts to the marketplace across sectors and across the states. By investing in creativity and valuing the arts. Non arts sectors can support communities throughout the nation and help grow the creative economy. And that’s what the National Endowment for the Arts demonstrates with its new initiative Creativity Connects.

Pindar Van Arman Is Teaching Robot Artists To Paint Like Humans (HBO)

— The Singularity is the theoretical day that artificial intelligence advances beyond human understanding and begins to change civilization in ways we can’t conceive of. Many fear the Singularity. — It needs… wanna try the gray? — Not Pindar Van Arman. He’s doing his small part to make it happen by teaching robots to make

Illustration Master Course – Ep. 4: LANDSCAPES & ENVIRONMENTS
Ford Teams Transform Carbon Dioxide into Plastic | Innovation | Ford

Ford Teams Transform Carbon Dioxide into Plastic | Innovation | Ford

[MUSIC] Carbon dioxide has been acknowledged as a real environmental issue. A huge benefit to society, to the whole planet, is to sequester that carbon dioxide, and actually make things that we need to use. Plants do this everyday. They take in carbon dioxide, UV light, and they make a long change sugar molecule, and

Visualizing a Plenitude Economy

Visualizing a Plenitude Economy

The Center for a New American Dream presents Juliet Schor’s Plenitude: The New Economics of True Wealth. In the 1970s, researchers predicted that human overuse of planetary resources would surface at the beginning of the 21st century. Almost on cue, food prices skyrocketed, peak oil got closer and pollution destabilized the climate. In 2008, financial

Judy Watson – ‘Artists are Strange Creatures’ | Artist Interview | TateShots

Judy Watson – ‘Artists are Strange Creatures’ | Artist Interview | TateShots

So my background is as a print-maker but equally drawing is probably one of the most integral parts of my practice I’m interested in cultural memory tied to place and so I’ll sometimes use objects within work I really like the idea of people working together Your hands are busy doing something You’re looking down,

How Nonrecyclable Plastic Bags Are Being Turned Into Speakers

How Nonrecyclable Plastic Bags Are Being Turned Into Speakers

Narrator: This speaker is made out of 100 nonrecyclable plastic bags. It was designed by a startup called Gomi in Brighton, England. We called the company Gomi because it means litter, or waste, in Japanese. And we are really inspired by Japanese minimal design, so that was super important for us to include, and both

Visualizing environmental justice on the Chelsea Creek

Visualizing environmental justice on the Chelsea Creek

Rosie: The Chelsea river is a really important industrial water body. We call it, locally here, as the Chelsea Creek. Folks often think of creeks as small, unimportant water bodies, but the Chelsea Creek is actually really important for all of the New England region. Along the banks of the Chelsea Creek are oil tanks