Monthly Archives: March 2012

Oklahoma ArtScience Students Showcased in Innovation Expo

  The Oklahoma ArtScience Innovation Expo will showcase Oklahoma ArtScience Prize projects on Saturday, April 7th.  from 2:00-4:00 pm at [Artspace] at Untitled 1 NE 3rd Street Oklahoma City, OK 73104. The ArtScience Prize is an international art and design contest on the cutting edge of science. The 2012 worldwide theme is Virtual Worlds. The ArtScience Prize

The Cost Of Creativity

By Jonah Lehrer - Wired The best part of book tours are the questions. After spending years with the same ideas and sentences – they become old friends – it’s invigorating to see how people react, to keep track of which concepts spark their curiosity. It’s also fun to consider questions that never occured to me while

4 Ways to Awaken Creativity

By Bridget Nielsen – Huffington Post Our culture does a very good job of pounding the living “creativity” out of us. Many of the forms of practicing our “creator” expressions such as art or music have been cut in schools. If you did have the opportunity to be in an art class, the D- on

Is there a general bias against creativity?

Editor’s note: CNN contributor Amanda Enayati ponders the theme of seeking serenity: the quest for well-being and life balance in stressful times.   (CNN) – Creativity has taken center stage in recent years, with a slew of books, articles and TED talks extolling the virtues of imagination and exhorting young and old to go out and exercise their creative muscle. In

Lawton art exhibit features transformed musical instruments

By David Page - The Journal Record Barbara Scott of Oklahoma City has art on display at the Leslie Powell Foundation and Gallery in Lawton. (Courtesy photo) LAWTON – An exhibit featuring musical instruments transformed into works of art opened in January at the Leslie Powell Foundation and Gallery at 620 SW D Ave. in Lawton. The exhibition

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