We Say We Like Creativity, but We Really Don’t. People don't value creativity, they value the innovations and inventions that creators give to the world - but while they are creating innovators are just 'avoiding real work'. It’s ironic that even as children are taught the accomplishments of the world’s most innovative minds, their own creativity is being squelched.
Inside the Box - People don’t actually like creativity.
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A Slate.com article questioning whether society values creativity refers to Carey Business School Assistant Professor Sharon Kim's work showing that social rejection can sometimes spur the creative process.
We Say We Like Creativity, but We Really Don’t. Do you agree with this? An interesting read for any teacher!
We Say We Like Creativity But We Really Don't. *Just more in the case against public ed. Part of the article in sum: studies show teachers discriminate against creative kids, preferring those who follow the status quo and do as they're told. & even if one is lucky to have a teacher who fosters creativity, standardized testing and NCLB help squelch it.
"'Unfortunately, the place where our first creative ideas go to die is the place that should be most open to them—school. Studies show that teachers overwhelmingly discriminate against creative students, favoring their satisfier classmates who more readily follow directions and do what they’re told.'"-Schooling the World: The White Man's Last Burden article pass on: "We Say We Like Creativity, but We Really Don’t"
ARTICLE: We say we like creativity but we really don't | Studies confirm what many creative people have suspected all along: People are biased against creative thinking, despite all of their insistence otherwise. “We think of creative people in a heroic manner, and we celebrate them, but the thing we celebrate is the after-effect,” --- Barry Staw, a researcher at the University of California–Berkeley business school who specializes in creativity.
Inside the Box: People don’t actually like creativity. (By Jessica Olien for Slate)
A great article on #creativity: Inside the box - do people really like creativity?
Creativity is rejected: Teachers and bosses don’t value out-of-the-box thinking.
We don't LIKE creativity! Teachers need to work to change these perceptions!
Johannes Vermeer's "Girl with a Pearl Earring" 1665) - "Certainly the way Vermeer captured subtle changes of light and focus seems to anticipate photography: some features appear in focus, while others seem out of focus, and objects are depicted with a foreshortening that resembles that seen in photographs -- this is perhaps one reason why he appeals to us today."
Best Werewolves In Pop Culture
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Scary, enthralling, mythical or far-fetched - however one interprets the archetype, I can't help feeling they're just so much cooler than vampires. And let's face it, the latter trope is a worn-out cliché that needs some rest.
"With a ray of moonlight, we can transform into the most fearsome creatures the world has ever known. We age less rapidly. We remain powerful, even in our normal form, so long as we continue to feast now and then. Especially when we feast on the innocent.” #RedRider
Sure Shots: Machine Gun Preacher; Werewolf; The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3D ~ Punch Drunk Critics
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| ... Shots: Machine Gun Preacher; Werewolf
Pretty sure this is actual WoD art
8 Famous Authors On The First Book They Ever Loved
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Alice with the Duchess, illustration from Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll 1832-9 by John Tenniel
Alice with the Duchess, Illustration from Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll Giclee Print by John Tenniel at AllPosters.com
“If everybody minded their own business, the world would go around a great deal faster than it does.” ― Lewis Carroll, #Alice in #Wonderland
Alice with the Duchess, Illustration from Alice in Wonderland by John Tenniel Giclee' Print,Framed in Coventry Gold,Matted in Lilac,Size - 22.5" x 29"
John Tenniel:Alice with the Duchess, illustration from Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll 1832-9
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Alice with the Duchess (Alice in Wonderland) illustration by John Tenniel
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Alice in Wonderland Art - John Tenniel
The Drawings of Jean-Paul Sartre
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The Drawings of Jean-Paul Sartre via Open Culture
SartreDrawings1 - THE DRAWINGS OF JEAN-PAUL SARTRE
House Held Up By Trees, written by Ted Kooser and illustrated by Jon Klassen. Another beautiful children's book.
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House Held Up By Trees, written by Ted Kooser and illustrated by Jon Klassen. Another beautiful children's book. http://www.janetcampbell.ca/
House Held Up By Trees, written by Ted Kooser, illustrated by Jon Klassen. ←→
Sylvia Plath self portrait. (Oct 27, 1932 – Feb 11, 1963) An American poet, novelist and short story writer. Born in Boston. Plath suffered from depression, in 1963 committed suicide. Plath is credited with advancing the genre of confessional poetry. In 1982, she won a posthumous Pulitzer Prize for The Collected Poems.
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These self portraits by some of the most famous authors' in history are fascinating, incredible works of art. Clearly this lot were oozing so much talent they simply couldn't contain it... Being this talented in something other than what you're famous for is simply unfair! #SylviaPlath #HunterSThompson #EdgarAllanPoe #TheBellJar #EECummings #MarkTwain #DHLawrence #AllenGinsberg ...BTW,Please Check this out: http://artcaffeine.imobileappsys.com
Sylvia Plath’s poetic talent should go unquestioned, but as Plath fans will know, she first intended to become a visual artist, and some of her earliest work remained hidden away in the family attic until 1996. In a collection of Plath’s work entitled Eye Rhymes: Sylvia Plath’s Art of the Visual, which features sketches, photographs, and portraits—such as this brooding 1951 self-portrait—that represent Plath’s work while an art student at Smith College.
Sylvia Plath self portrait. I find this very revealing.
Sylvia Plath self portrait, 1951
1d. Sylvia Plath self portrait
Hansel and Gretel by Neil Gaiman and illustrated by Lorenzo Mattotti from @toonbooks #neilgaiman #graphicnovel #hanselandgretel
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HANSEL & GRETEL by Neil Gaiman, Lorenzo Mattotti A graphic retelling of Hansel and Gretel by Neil Gaiman, author of The Graveyard Book and Coraline (and, for adults, The Sandman graphic novels). Lorenzo Mattotti's illustrations were inspired by a production of the opera at The Met.
Best-selling author Neil Gaiman and fine artist Lorenzo Mattotti join forces to create Hansel & Gretel, a stunning book.
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Hansel and Gretel by Neil Gaiman, Lorenzo Mattotti (Illustrations) Mattotti’s sweeping ink illustrations capture the terror and longing found in the classic Brothers Grimm fairy tale. Neil Gaiman crafts an original text filled with his signature wit and pathos that is sure to become a favorite of readers everywhere, young and old. NY Times Notable Children's Book, 2014
Hansel and Gretel Standard Edition (A Toon Graphic): Neil Gaiman, Lorenzo Mattotti: 9781935179627: Amazon.com: Books
[Look for this tween-friendly, new graphic novel in the Freeman room] "Best-selling author Neil Gaiman and fine artist Lorenzo Mattotti join forces to create Hansel & Gretel, a stunning book that’s at once as familiar as a dream and as evocative as a nightmare." ~Amazon
Children's Book Review: Hansel and Gretel by Neil Gaiman, illus. by Lorenzo Mattotti. Candlewick/Toon Graphics, $16.95 (56p) ISBN 978-1-9351-7962-7
The Lorax Finally Gets His Own Art Exhibition