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Royal British Columbia Museum plans for virtual visits - Victoria Times Colonist

Royal British Columbia Museum plans for virtual visits - Victoria Times Colonist | Creative Spirits | Scoop.it
Royal British Columbia Museum plans for virtual visits Victoria Times Colonist Jane Clark Chermayeff, of Jane Clark Chermayeff and Associates in New York, said museum visits these days often begin at home via the Internet, prior to coming into the...

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Perfect timing as we just started Pacific Northwest Art

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Now you can "Be There," virtually at least!

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Amy Stewart Hale (PennDragonArt) sur Twitter

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So provocative and earthy.  This will withstand and weather so very graciously; just like life.  

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Painting with Light

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Some artists paint with a brush on canvas, but artist Janne Parviainen is a little bit different. To create his magical portraits, the Helsinki-based artist chooses to paint with light without using any digital post-processing. He sets up very long camera exposures and develops his drawings by moving different lights in specific patterns within the camera frame. As a result of his movements, spirals of light form mysterious figures that emerge out of the darkness.


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John M. Eger: The Power of the Arts

John M. Eger: The Power of the Arts | Creative Spirits | Scoop.it
More neuroscientists, psychologists, educators and others are finding that the arts help nurture the right hemisphere of the brain, and is exactly what the more left brained curriculum needs to create the new thinking skills ...

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julie carol's curator insight, October 13, 2013 11:02 PM

How do we continue to educate the left side thinkers?

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Art & Soul: Artist taps into healing energy

Artist Margo Buccini considers her 2005 cancer diagnosis to be a blessing, not a curse.
"The pain and suffering is a gift," she explains. "You can use it and translate it into something transcendent.
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Berlin Street Artists Make Insane Art Out Of The City's Waste - Co.Exist

Berlin Street Artists Make Insane Art Out Of The City's Waste - Co.Exist | Creative Spirits | Scoop.it
German street art collective Bosso Fataka has figured out a way to draw attention to Berlin's trash problem: with lots of cling wrap they turn garbage...

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The Real Neuroscience of Creativity | Beautiful Minds, Scientific American Blog Network

The Real Neuroscience of Creativity | Beautiful Minds, Scientific American Blog Network | Creative Spirits | Scoop.it
So yea, you know how the left brain is really realistic, analytical, practical, organized, and logical, and the right brain is so darn creative, passionate, sensual, tasteful, ...

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How do we encourage students creative spirits so unique to themself?

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Fourteen-Year-Old Girl’s Blistering Heavy Metal Performance of Vivaldi

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She is 14 years old, and apparently French. Not much else is known about this precocious young guitarist who goes by the name 'Tina S' on her YouTube channel.

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Marc Rougier's curator insight, August 9, 2013 2:35 PM

Think she can make my son like Vivaldi!

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Awesome girl!!
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It's Time To Bring Design Thinking Down From On High - Forbes

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It's Time To Bring Design Thinking Down From On High
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In a now-classic TED Talk on design thinking, Tim Brown, president and CEO of the global design firm IDEO, proclaims that leaders must take a more expansive view of design.

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Royal British Columbia Museum plans for virtual visits - Victoria Times Colonist

Royal British Columbia Museum plans for virtual visits - Victoria Times Colonist | Creative Spirits | Scoop.it
Royal British Columbia Museum plans for virtual visits Victoria Times Colonist Jane Clark Chermayeff, of Jane Clark Chermayeff and Associates in New York, said museum visits these days often begin at home via the Internet, prior to coming into the...

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Perfect timing as we just started Pacific Northwest Art

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Monica S Mcfeeters's curator insight, November 9, 2013 10:00 AM

Now you can "Be There," virtually at least!

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Two Philly Teachers Inspire Students to "Roar" for Education - NBC 10 Philadelphia

Two Philly Teachers Inspire Students to "Roar" for Education - NBC 10 Philadelphia | Creative Spirits | Scoop.it
NBC 10 Philadelphia Two Philly Teachers Inspire Students to "Roar" for Education NBC 10 Philadelphia When pop superstar Katy Perry unleashed a contest looking for submissions of school spirit videos dubbed to her chart-topping single "Roar" last...
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John M. Eger: The Power of the Arts

John M. Eger: The Power of the Arts | Creative Spirits | Scoop.it
More neuroscientists, psychologists, educators and others are finding that the arts help nurture the right hemisphere of the brain, and is exactly what the more left brained curriculum needs to create the new thinking skills ...

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How do we continue to educate the left side thinkers?

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