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With The Man in Black
Louisa Young interviews Johnny Cash - he so moved
her that she gave up her job and became a novelist.
And Award Applications
We present the kinds of questions and issues that
arise in grant and award applications so creative
people can more fully prepare for what may often
be experienced as an intimidating and bewildering
Sound advice and guidence for creative
people on how to land
the right job.
in my bones
Exploring the nature of musicianship and the impact
of this still mysterious and nurtured ability.
Dana Brandley interviews Mike de Sousa, the Director
of AbleStable, and unravels his motivations and
thoughts about creativity and the creative process.
Sheep, Art, and Money
By taking an example of an arts project that was
perceived as a waste of public money, this article
exposes the world of governmental arts funding.
Pain in the Arts
about the relationship of contemporary art and the
Folk Music: First Contact
An account of a young boys first contact with folk
Boys and Buttons
Reflections on the fascination of gadgets, the power
of the visual, and the politics of creativity.
Reflections about the Internet Cafe, remote Internet
access in general, and our inevitable journey as
a species towards cyberlife.
Creative professionals make their living from the
efforts of their originality. The Internet has created
an environment that makes it very easy to copy or
plagiarise another persons work. We investigate
the world of copyright ownership and how creative
people can try to protect the fruit of their creative
The Creative Block:
Finding the Light Switch
Creative professionals spend their days inventing
and reinventing. Sooner or later fatigue sets in.
Here's an article exploring the world of ideas and
how they ebb and flow in the current of a creative
Childhood: Dreams and
Dreams and creativity are a part of a child's everyday
life. Depending on those around them children's
creativity is in turn nurtured, ignored, commended
or discouraged. This article provides food for thought
on how the experiences of our childhood form our
attitudes and views of who creative people are.
Forensic Art: Little
Known, Highly Effective
Uncovering the profession of the forensic artist,
Wesley Neville provides a rare insight into the
valuable speciality of law enforcement.
Creativity: As We Grow
Goethe, Titian, and Edison are testament to the
vitality and creativity that can define people in
their later years. Creativity need not decline as
we grow older. If we choose, our later life can
be a period of great creative productivity.
Art: Pay to View
In his question and answer essay, John Ohannesian
argues for the Pay to View Art Gallery.