House Held Up By Trees, written by Ted Kooser and illustrated by Jon Klassen. Another beautiful children's book. http://www.janetcampbell.ca/
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House Held Up By Trees, written by Ted Kooser, illustrated by Jon Klassen. ←→
House Held up By Trees illustrated by Jon Klassen. Written by Ted Kooser.
The Drawings of Jean-Paul Sartre
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SartreDrawings1 - THE DRAWINGS OF JEAN-PAUL SARTRE
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Goethe on the Psychology of Color and Emotion | Brain Pickings
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Goethe's Color Wheel - 1809 - One of the earliest formal explorations of color theory came from an unlikely source - the German poet, artist, and politician Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, who in 1810 published 'Theory of Colors', his treatise on the nature,
Color is an essential part of how we experience the world, both biologically and culturally. One of the earliest formal explorations of color theory came from an unlikely source — the German poet, artist, and politician Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.
'One of the earliest formal explorations of color theory came from an unlikely source — the German poet, artist, and politician Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, who in 1810 published Theory of Colours (public library; public domain), his treatise on the nature, function, and psychology of colors.'
Goethe Colour Wheel. Theory of Colours (original German title ~ Zur Farbenlehre) is a work by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe about the poet's views on the nature of colours and how these are perceived by humans.
In 1810, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, published "Theory of Colours". He challenged Newton's observations using a prism which opened the way to colour wheels with harmonious and complementary relationships.
Color wheel designed by Goethe in his Theory of Colours 1809 . . . . . Die auf Johann Wolfgang von Goethe zurückgehende Farbenlehre ist in Goethes Werk Zur Farbenlehre enthalten. Er stellte darin seine während vieler Jahre gemachten Überlegungen, Literaturstudien und Versuche über das Wesen der Farbe dar. https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Farbenlehre_%28Goethe%29
Goethe's Colour Wheel - 1809 - One of the earliest formal explorations of colour theory came from an unlikely source - the German poet, artist, and politician Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, who in 1810 published 'Theory of Colors', his treatise on the nature, function, and psychology of colors. Though the work was dismissed by a large portion of the scientific community, it remained of intense interest to a cohort of prominent philosophers and physicists.
Goethe´s Colorwheel ……………………Goethe's Theory of Colours provided the first systematic study of the physiological effects of color (1810). His observations on the effect of opposed colors led him to a symmetric arrangement of his color wheel, "for the colours diametrically opposed to each other… are those that reciprocally evoke each other in the eye." (Goethe, Theory of Colours, 1810 ). In this, he anticipated Ewald Hering's opponent color theory (1872).
Goethe art color wheel for post -basics of selecting color
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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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
Imaginary Food Diaries Of Famous Authors
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Imaginary Food Diaries Of Famous Authors What entries from the food journals of Jane Austen and Nicholas Sparks (etc.) might sound like.
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Imaginary Food Diaries Of Famous Authors - Oh, this is hysterical! Super inventive. I laughed out loud for all of these :)
Imaginary Food Diaries of Famous Authors...this would make a really fun 6+1 voice activity for students.
Imaginary Food Diaries Of Famous Authors--these are hilarious. Loved the Hemingway one, but all are just so funny.
Imaginary Food Diaries Of Famous Authors (This read for the literary fiend is priceless!)
Imaginary Food Diaries Of Famous Authors--these are hilarious.
Imaginary Food Diaries Of Famous Authors #buzzfeed
Food diaries of great authors
New Exhibition Explores Andy Warhol's Relationship With Books
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Maude Hutchins, Love Is a Pie, 1952, cover motif by Andy Warhol, 7 29/32 x 6 19/64 x 1 1/64". Photo: Haydar Koyupinar © 2013 The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc. / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.
Maude Hutchins, Love is a Pie, New York: New Directions, 1952. Jacket by Andy Warhol.
Maude Hutchins, Love Is a Pie, 1952, cover motif by Andy Warhol,
Maude Hutchins / Love is a Pie / Andy Warhol cover
Love is a Pie 1952 #coverart by Andy Warhol
John Cleese - a lecture on Creativity
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John Cleese - a lecture on Creativity. This is a really good description of how to find creativity.
The Five Factors that will make your life more creative, no matter how you are hoping to enhance creativity: a great lecture / article on Creativity by John Cleese 1)Space 2)Time 3) Time 4)Confidence 5) Humor
Excerpt from the full lecture from John Cleese on how to inspire creativity within yourselves. "And there, ladies and gentlemen, are the 5 factors that you can arrange to make your lives more creative. Space. Time. Time. Confidence and more Jeffrey Archer." Retrieve your space and time at Novel Haven, and set aside time to allow creativity to f...
John Cleese on the 5 Factors to Make Your Life More Creative “Creativity is not a talent. It is a way of operating.”
John Cleese on the 5 Factors to Make Your Life More Creative by Maria Popova “Creativity is not a talent. It is a way of operating.” http://www.brainpickings.org/index.php/2012/04/12/john-cleese-on-creativity-1991/
Full lecture by john cleese on creativity- watch this every few months to remind you "While you are being creative there is no such thing as wrong"
‘Creativity is not a talent. It is a way of operating.’ John Cleese explains his five factors for making your life more creative.
Cleese lecture on Creativity 5 factors 1.Space “u can’t become playful & therefore creative, if u’re under ur usual pressures.” 4.Time “It’s not enough to create space; u have to create ur space for a specific period of time.” 3.Time “Giving your mind as long as possible to come up with something original,” & learning to tolerate the discomfort of pondering time and indecision. 4.Confidence “Nothing will stop u being creative so effectively as the fear of making a mistake.” 5.Humor
#JohnCleese talks about creativity, and how to develop the ideal environment
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dance & drama @ Juilliard
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#24 (Optional) -- What are the requirements for being accepted as a college dance major or to a performing arts school? Outline the steps and share them with the Unit.
1 YEAR PAID Professional Intern: The Juilliard School, Lincoln Center, New York: Technical Theater Internships in Costumes, Wigs & Makeup, Electrics, Props, Scene Painting and Stage Management. Administrative Internships offered in Drama, Orchestra Management, Special Projects and Vocal Arts. SUGGESTED YOU SECURE HOUSING BEFORE ACCEPTING INTERNSHIP. Stipend: $320 per week. Visit website: www.juilliard.edu or contact Helen Taynton, Director, by email firstname.lastname@example.org.
On Design: Gijs Bakker
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On Design: Gijs Bakker | Dutch master jeweler Gijs Bakker unpacks the genius of his beloved chasing tool in the latest instalment of #OnDesign
The Chasing Tool According to the Vanguard Co-Founder of Droog Design
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On Design: Gijs Bakker - nice interview edit
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Published for the First Time: a 1959 Essay by Isaac Asimov on Creativity | MIT Technology Review