Tuesday, January 15, 2019

The Monthly “100 Creativity Ingredients” Book Tuning: Interdisciplinary Creativity Jan 2019

Creative has many faces and creativity has multiple “ingredients.” 

All humans are born with raw creativity ability. Creativity has many dimensions, with multi-faceted truth and myth, manifold knowledge and multidimensional insight. Creativity is wings of our mind and the tempo of our heartbeat. Creativity is a constructive disruption, not so bad addiction, and a sensational phenomenon. The purpose of “100 Creativity Ingredients - Everyone’s Playbook to Unlock Creativity “is to classify, scrutinize, articulate, and share insight about one hundred special creativity ingredients, to paint the picture with them, to add colors on them, to embed the music into them, and to make the story via them, in order to unleash our collective creativity potential.     

                Interdisciplinary Creativity 

The Art and Creativity: The Creative Inspiration from Pablo Picasso’s Quotes? Creativity is everything that one has seen, felt, touched, dreamed. All our experiences are completely reconfigured in a way that mixes up all these "sense and sensitivity." Creative has many faces and creativity has multiple “ingredients.” Creativity doesn’t live inside a box, but a type of out-of-box thinking. So, you have to pull it out of the box and look at it through different lenses. Creativity is more art than science. Here are some creative thoughts inspired by a set of quotes from Pablo Picasso, a Spanish painter, sculptor, printmaker, ceramicist, stage designer, poet, and playwright.

Creativity and Psychology Creativity is the mental process to generate novel ideas. What fuels creativity? It is a combination of intrinsic and extrinsic factors. What is the psychology of creativity? On one hand, we have the level of curiosity, desire to learn and there is a natural ability to maintain an open and inquisitive mind, and on the other hand, we have the conditions of the environment in which we operate, with all restrictions, needs, gaps, and pressures that might push our creative minds to soar. More specifically, what's the psychology of creativity?

Creativity & Education? Creativity has emerged as one of the most wanted professional capabilities. But there is still serendipity about creativity. Creativity is fresh and new every time. Is creativity nature or nurtured? Can creativity be taught, how can today’s education system produce more creative leaders and professionals? Are modern educators both the artist and engineer for crafting talent?

Creativity, Biology, and Ecology Creativity is all about connecting the dots. It’s an inner process to create novel ideas. What are the evolutionary roots of creativity? Creativity may start with the biological basis of creativity (nature); then the development or suppression of those characteristics during maturation (nurture); and then, the biological and social support of those traits (nutrition). Creativity is simply about connecting the dots. In the hyperconnected digital ecosystem, there are wider dots to connect for sparking creativity within the broader scope.

Creativity and Anthropology Anthropology provides a holistic perspective of digging into the dynamic human interrelationship. Anthropology helps people understand and enliven the varied social contexts and cultural scenarios in a better way. Anthropology presents every aspect of human life and elucidates the cultural traits, complexes, and motive of specific human behavioral aspect. Anthropology helps us connect the wider dots to spark creativity, and creativity will add enriched content and unconventional wisdom to anthropology as the knowledge domain, they mutually enforce each other.

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