Inspiration List: Vo. 1

In case you haven't found something to inspire you lately, here are a few things I've been listening to, reading, watching, and thoroughly enjoying. I think there's something in here for you, too. This podcast about creativity and where it comes from. This book about being the person you know you can be. These pictures … Continue reading Inspiration List: Vo. 1

TIP Partner Program Launch

After a year and a half of weekly prompts, a few fun projects, and several challenges, we’re so excited to announce the launch of two old ideas in a new form.  We are now offering a monthly prompt list to interested members and also a new and improved TIP Partner Program. From your feedback and … Continue reading TIP Partner Program Launch

Stupid Artist Jargon, Part 1: The Creative Prompt

The professional art world can be elitist. Or so it seems. The average person doesn't regularly bathe in the jargon of the art world or take a deconstructive approach to post-modern conceptual kinaesthetic land art. Thinking about this very thing--not land art, but jargon--I realized that I have been using terms in The Iteration Project's … Continue reading Stupid Artist Jargon, Part 1: The Creative Prompt

Unicorns Suck, Roadblocks Rule, and Inspiration is B.S.

Before you try it, let me warn you about the perils of google-ing "creativity". The only thing you'll find are countless articles and programs teaching you how to "unleash," "harness," or "tap into" your creativity. I'm going to let that sink in for a minute. . . . Everything about those statements implies that we have this … Continue reading Unicorns Suck, Roadblocks Rule, and Inspiration is B.S.

A Creative Process Recipe, As Told By Twyla (…sort of)

You know how sometimes you just have to learn things the hard way? Or how you don't know how important certain things/people/processes are until they're gone? Yeah, that's me. Especially with dance.   In graduate school I failed to learn the single most important lesson there was to learn. The program I attended was structured in … Continue reading A Creative Process Recipe, As Told By Twyla (…sort of)