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1. Rex Jung — Creativity And The Everyday Brain

Rex Jung — Creativity And The Everyday Brain

Few features of humanity are more fascinating than creativity; and few fields are more dynamic now than neuroscience. Rex Jung is a neuropsychologist who puts the two together. He's working on a cutting edge of science, exploring the differences and interplay between intelligence and creativity. He and his colleagues unsettle long-held beliefs about who is creative and who is not. And they're seeing practical, often common-sense connections between creativity and family life, aging, and purpose. See more at www.onbeing.org/program/creativity-and-everyday-brain/1879

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2. "All Sides with Ann Fisher: Encouraging Childhood Creativity"

Tight budgets and testing goals mean that many school have cut back on creativity in the classroom. English and math are important, but many believe a quality childhood education must include activities like art, music and play.

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3. Creativity Wasted 002 Childhood Obesity Cure, Animal Kingdom

Creativity Wasted 002 Childhood Obesity Cure, Animal Kingdom

On this episode of Creativity Wasted, I propose a radical plan to eliminate childhood obesity using existing drugs. Then my friend Shallis Mask explains his idea for a movie and comic book which is a cross between Planet of the Apes, Star Wars, and the rants of a crazy person, which he calls Animal Kingdom.

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6. CrEaTiViTy By Dj DLUX live session @ RADIO HOTEL/PRIVATE ROOM STUDIOS ABRIL 2018

CrEaTiViTy By Dj DLUX live session @ RADIO HOTEL/PRIVATE ROOM STUDIOS ABRIL 2018

www.soundcloud.com/dj-dlux-1 www.soundcloud.com/radio-hotel-djs new live session stay tuned & share dj dlux

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7. Artist Studios in London: Keeping creativity in the capital

Artist Studios in London: Keeping creativity in the capital

Artists are a major contributor to London’s international reputation of as a city of culture. Yet, in recent years, many have felt priced out of the capital, relocating to regional cities. We ask a panel including an artist, curator, policy maker and studio gallery manager why this is happening, how it is affecting the arts ecology and what can be done to reverse the trend. Chairperson Ben Luke - Art Critic, London Evening Standard & Features Editor, The Art Newspaper Speakers Daniel F. Herrmann , Eisler Curator & Head of Curatorial Studies, Whitechapel Gallery Emma Hart - Artist & Lecturer, Central Saint Martins (Paul Hamlyn Foundation Award for Visual Arts recipient 2015) Fabio Altamura - Gallery Projects and Development Manager, CUBITT Kirsten Dunne - Senior Cultural Strategy Officer, Greater London Authority This talk was presented as part of the London Art Fair 2016 Talks, Tours and Performance Programme. For more information please visit www.londonartfair.co.uk

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8. Rex Jung — Creativity and the Everyday Brain (May 2, 2013)

Rex Jung — Creativity and the Everyday Brain (May 2, 2013)

http://www.onbeing.org/program/creativity-and-everyday-brain/1879 With new techniques of brain imaging, neuroscientist Rex Jung and his colleagues are gaining a whole new view of the differences and the interactions between intelligence, creativity, and personality: "With intelligence, there's the analogy I've used is there's this superhighway in the brain that allows you to get from point A to point B. With creativity, it's a slower, more meandering process where you want to take the side roads and even the dirt roads to get there." How do we prime our brains to take the meandering mental paths necessary for creativity? Rex Jung unsettles some old assumptions, and suggests some new connections between creativity and family life, creativity and aging, creativity and purpose.

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9. Stink Studios - Coffee, Creativity And Being Woman Of The Year!

Stink Studios - Coffee, Creativity And Being Woman Of The Year!

We sat down with L.A. Ronayne Creative Director at Stink Studios which is one of the world’s most awarded creative studios. She is also a trustee of D&AD, editor of Riposte magazine and wrote 2 of the D&AD New Blood briefs this year. If you would like to learn from L.A., book your place now: https://goo.gl/W6thta

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11. Promises by Loma produced by Deeflava (Arbitrator Studios | Creativity Parlour | AAMS project)

Promises by Loma produced by Deeflava (Arbitrator Studios | Creativity Parlour | AAMS project)

An RnB song about love and promises...by Loma, produced by Deeflava.(AAMS PROJECT/Creativity Parlour/Arbitrator Studios).

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12. CocoRosie on their childhood

CocoRosie on their childhood

Sisters Bianca and Sierra Casady, known better as the freaky-folk music group, CocoRosie, on infusing their music with their childhood memories.

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13. Creativity and the Everyday Brain (March 22, 2012)

Creativity and the Everyday Brain (March 22, 2012)

How do we prime our brains to take the meandering mental paths necessary for creativity? New techniques of brain imaging, neuropsychologist Rex Jung says, are helping us gain a whole new view on the differences between intelligence, creativity, and personality. He unsettles some old assumptions -- and suggests some new connections between creativity and family life, creativity and aging, and creativity and purpose.

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14. Ep. 1 - Where There's Smoke - Work It (Creativity) Podcast Review

Ep. 1 - Where There's Smoke - Work It (Creativity) Podcast Review

Fan of Podcast is a show that reviews other podcasts from the perspective of the podcast junkie (Johnny Gwin) and the casual listener (Stacy Wellborn). Johnny and Stacy rate the shows weekly on a scale of 0 to 99% Invisible (greatest podcast ever). Week 1 - Where There's Smoke - Work It (Creativity) Feel like your not creative? Want to be more creative? What the hell is creativity? Where There's Smoke dives deep in to the world of creative process, structure, freedom and sacrifice. Intertwining pop culture sound bites, published authors, and experts - this show is an entertaining 38 minutes that just might improve the way you look at your life and the world. Brett Gajda and Nick Jaworski have created a amazing podcast that captures the feel and spirit of "The Daily Show and This American Life." They explore what separates “what” from “why”. This podcast is full of insights and actionable solutions to improve your business, relationships, and almost any area of your life. Ratings: Stacy - 92 (highly recommend) Johnny - 93 (highly recommend) Check out the WTS Work It (Creativity) here: http://bit.ly/1RYwfw4 Visit fanofpodcast.com -

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15. Love, Creativity & Role Models - Behind The Scenes At The Studio (audio)

Love, Creativity & Role Models - Behind The Scenes At The Studio (audio)

Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, I host a morning show at http://www.creativelivingtv.ca. Here's a recent episode.

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16. Tap into your Creative Power: Class of Creativity Podcast #3 Sonya Sophia

Tap into your Creative Power: Class of Creativity Podcast #3 Sonya Sophia

Sonya Sophia MADE ME CRY. Listen to find out how she used EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique), to help me TAP OUT excuses, and focus on deeper self-care to do my life's work. In the second half of the recording, you'll get the chance to experience the healing power of EFT/Tapping. Discover what it is, and how it can radically change your emotions and set you on the right path. You'll LEARN: How EFT Tapping literally saved her life Why Peace on Earth is an inside job The struggle to live a higher standard of wellness as a healing artist. Giving yourself permission to quit...for a couple hours at least. Navigating the field of negative thoughts, and “how to love your gargoyles” The importance of learning new things, not letting technology limit your vision the heart of all Self-sabotage The root behind not asking for help. Hint: School programmed us How the fear of quitting creates lack of self-care How taking a break helps you become more productive How to identify what really motivates your thoughts and actions Natural process of discharging stored stress through gas, laughing, and crying is essential (even farting). The risk of working too hard: how we must make time for family and friends! The value of vulnerability: I shed a few tears in this episode. Give it all you got, you came to this world for a reason How down time influences our DO time Building play into your business schedule The reason for R-E-S-P-E-C-T TAP into your POWER How to confront an endless giant to-do list the secret to staying focused and inspired How finding the courage to live your purpose totally changes your life How to release fear of your own success Sonya Sophia is a Healer, Teacher and “Love Activist.” She is an expert EFT facilitator and visionary leader in the healing arts. As a workshop leader, a guest speaker and a festival presenter she has brought Tapping to the lives audiences and online viewers for more than a decade. Sonya Sophia has taught EFT (also known as Tapping) in the UK, France, Italy, the Netherlands, Germany and all over the U.S. sharing the benefits of EFT with hundreds of thousands of people. She especially loves teaching at transformational festivals like Burning Man & The Rainbow Gathering where crowds of “Cultural Creatives” gather to Tap it out with her. Sonya Sophia is the founder of The Sophia School of Living Arts and hosts The World Tapping Circle - an ongoing global self healing broadcast providing Healing for Humanity. Her mission is to facilitate the flow of love on earth and to help us create a happier healthier world. http://www.sonyasophia.us http://www.worldtappingcircle.com

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17. Forming your Creative Tribe: Class of Creativity Podcast #4 with Jefe Greenheart

Forming your Creative Tribe: Class of Creativity Podcast #4 with Jefe Greenheart

“This is the weirdest f*cking interview I’ve ever done…why am I not surprised?” -Chris Ohlson This week I unmask the man behind Austin indie movie success, filmmaker Chris Ohlson! You’ll LEARN: Why he chooses Austin over LA or NYC to produce movies How Austin chooses YOU As a filmmaker it’s essential to be surrounded by people you love and trust The reason why he turns down a lot of projects The value of constant learning The building blocks that make the possibilities limitless Insight on how Moviemaking is an incredibly evolved art form What the Goldfish bowl is, and how it makes great movies happen Why it’s crucial to know collaborators’ motives on a project How to navigate chaos on a film set His gameplan going into a big shoot day, and when preparation should begin The value of continually testing yourself Organization vs. Experimentation How to find your WOLF PACK Why you have to fail repeatedly The world will forget about your failure very quickly The Bison vs. The Squirrel, The Parable of Providing for your Creative Tribe Why the corporate shoots keep you sharp as a filmmaker The best advice for aspiring writer-directors Chris Ohlson just won the 2015 Independent Spirit Piaget Producers Award. He recently produced the Sundance hit, Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter, which is playing in theaters across the country. Kumiko is based on an urban legend of a Japanese woman that treks to Minnesota seeking the fictional briefcase from the Coen Brother’s movie Fargo. Go here to learn more about Chris Ohlson: http://www.ChrisOhlson.com Go here to learn more about Kumiko the movie: http://www.Kumikothetreasurehunter.com

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18. EP #2 Airstream Writing Studio | Class of Creativity Podcast with Jefe Greenheart

EP #2 Airstream Writing Studio | Class of Creativity Podcast with Jefe Greenheart

Google Guy turned Gypsy, Jon Ray has created a writing studio in an Airstream trailer out in the country to remove distractions. Here's what you'll learn in this Class of Creativity episode: -The Hidden Gem of Authors, how this one secret is being used by writers but not being talked about. The holy grail of writing productivity and flow. -The Secret to Parking an Airstream for free across the country -How having no internet connection increases productivity -How to turn your creative life into a walking meditation -Why getting silly helps set the tone for creative openness -Is setting an intention more important than the actual action? -The importance of tapping into the wisdom of our ancestors -Do Science Fiction authors inspire the creation of future inventions/discoveries? Or are they just intuitively seeing into the future? -Why writing is so hard if you’re not relaxing. And How you can do this one surprisingly simple thing before writing that will dramatically improve your output. -The Liberating Rules of Stream-of-consciousness writing -Knowing when you have something worth saying in your writing, the excitement test. -How finding a way to serve & help others is the key to creative motivation -The value of niche specialization & passion -Why the sounds of nature facilitate creativity vs the static of the city -The lesson of efficiency with utilizing space in the tiny house movement -What we can learn from old school video games like Super Mario --The parable of the fireman and being of service to “the village” by taking a breath outside the fire, then rushing back in to save others. Jon Ray is an executive and personal coach, teaching small to medium-sized companies and eager individuals how to trust their intuition, listen to their body, and find their creative flow. Formerly of Google, he was instrumental in leading Google’s first ever field marketing team of national brand ambassadors. He now writes content influenced by his own personal and spiritual growth and empowers people to live their passion by following their excitement in every moment. TO learn more about his writing, visit http://jonraywebwizard.com/book.html Subscribe at http://greenheart.TV for more podcasts, blogs, and videos that inspire the creative spirit.

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19. The Rhythm of Atomic Living: Class of Creativity Podcast #5 with Kiran Gandhi

The Rhythm of Atomic Living: Class of Creativity Podcast #5 with Kiran Gandhi

Jefe Greenheart: By a beautiful synchronicity, I ran into M.I.A.'s drummer, Kiran Gandhi, at SXSW 2015. She turned out to be a super fascinating soul, and agreed to meet up and have a creative conversation for the podcast with me. Listen to this one very carefully, as she represents a unique blend of wicked smart (she's attending Harvard Business School's MBA Program!) and wildly creative. You'll LEARN: How to balance creative life and business school Tapping into The Power of Peak experience What is a Circadian rhythm and adapting to your life's pace The Unique Philosophy of "Atomic Living" The importance of recognizing values and using intuition The synchronous moment we met Being present and its benefits Having focus on what you want and learning to say ‘no’ Why humans need interaction The exquisite side of mathematics Do indie artists need to have a team to do it all? How to Make your Heroes your friends Synchronicity, What is synchronicity for you? Kiran Gandhi grew up in New York City playing drums and attending The Chapin School. She graduated from Georgetown University in 2011 with a double major in mathematics and political science and a minor in women’s studies. Upon graduation, she landed a job in Los Angeles as Interscope Records’s first-ever digital analyst. Combining her passion for mathematics and music, her job was to understand music consumption patterns on Spotify and YouTube, predict sales trends based on these new volume metrics and create an internal system for how the label could understand the success of an artist online. In 2013, Kiran linked up with artist M.I.A. and began touring internationally with her as her drummer all across North America, Europe, Asia and Latin America. That same year, Kiran was also accepted to Harvard Business School’s M.B.A. program, and so when she began school in the fall in Boston, was still touring simultaneously with M.I.A. Kiran’s TEDx talk on “Atomic Living” embodies her belief that by knowing and protecting the things that matter to you most, life’s toughest choices become easier to navigate. Now in her second and final year at H.B.S., Kiran’s goal upon graduation is to return to the music industry as both a business leader and a musician. Her goal is to combine her intellectual and musical talents in order to re-imagine a music industry that is healthier for women and girls around the world. Learn more: http://www.kirangandhi.com

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