Creative Authenticity outlines 16 principles that will help you peel back the fears, misconceptions, "shoulds" and confusion around courageous creative expression.
Author: Ian Roberts
Publisher: Atelier St-Luc Press
Serious working artists are the intended audience of this collection of short essays that clarify common expressive and personal problems that many artists encounter, including the fear of being clichéd, the desire to convey truth in art, and the frustration behind trying to find an authentic voice. These crippling fears are laid to rest through insightful discussions of personal experiences, the struggles of famous artists, and the rewards of producing art that comes from an authentic creative core. Providing sensitive reassurances that these struggles are normal, these essays encourage artists to focus on the development of their crafts and find inspiration to work through self-doubt.
In his introduction to La Nouvelle Heloise, the editor Bernard Guyon ascribes this genesis to creative considerations: "Rousseau had to choose a mode of ...
Author: Mary McAlpin
Publisher: Bucknell University Press
"This study will particularly appeal to scholars of gender studies, but will also interest eighteenth-century specialists, reader-response critics, and any critic interested in the epistolary genre. Dr. McAlpin compares the evidence of de La Tour's authorial consciousness with that of far better known letter writers, both women (Sevigne, Graffigny, Lespinasse, Roland, Suzanne Necker) and men (Boswell, in particular). The book also introduces the exchange of letters to the English-speaking community of eighteenth-century scholars. While the de La Tour-Rousseau exchange was republished in French in 1998, it is not yet available in English. This book provides translations of the first, most significant letters in its appendix."--BOOK JACKET.
A creative team we used to work with would think of clients and brands they wanted to work with and then develop creative ideas they thought these clients ...
Author: Mark Toft
A common problem in marketing is what a brand says in advertising isn't always what customers and employees experience. This book shows you how to align your marketing efforts with the purpose of your brand. Too many companies depend on marketing tactics that don't match the needs and concerns of their customers, or embrace messaging and causes that don't connect. Authenticity is an anti-gimmick business book. It prescribes clear strategies that enable companies to communicate in a more genuine, emotional way. Authors Mark Toft, Jay Sunny, and Rich Taylor provide a series of approaches to help embrace and communicate the purpose of your brand with effectiveness. Whether you're a business executive who wants to be more persuasive or an advertising professional looking to grow your brand, this book combines the authors' successful experiences at top agencies into practical advice that can work for anyone in any business. Readers will learn the importance of purpose and conflict in marketing activities, how to approach advertising with clarity and passion, and how to plan content while avoiding the false allure of aspirational advertising and insincere corporate social responsibility. Inauthentic messaging can often spell failure for a business, but the company that tells a genuine, compelling story to its clients is the one that succeeds. Supports reading in small doses through short, provocative chapters Offers refreshed principles and strategies to help reveal or recover authenticity in your branding, messaging, advertising, and marketing Roots advice in over five decades of combined business and marketing experiences producing award-winning campaigns Provides examples and analysis of brands that align marketing with their genuine purposes Relates surprising and commonsense wisdom in an engaging style, free of business jargon
We think of the imagination as creative. Let's look a bit closer at this case, which has become a paradigm for us, where I discover myself through my work ...
Author: Charles Taylor
Publisher: Harvard University Press
Everywhere we hear of decline, of a world that was better before the influence of modernity. While some lament Western culture’s slide into relativism and nihilism and others celebrate the trend as a liberating sort of progress, Taylor calls on us to face the moral and political crises of our time, and to make the most of modernity's challenges.
76 78 In other words , the harmony of God's creative expropriation stands under a primordial ' Yes ! ' issued by God to creation , and creation is to return ...
Author: Eric E. Hall
Publisher: Mohr Siebeck
In this book, Eric E. Hall takes up the question of the meaning of a vigorously used concept in the liberal west: authenticity and the pursuit of personal originality. By uncovering this idea's uses within three deepening contexts - the ethical, the ontological, and the theological - the author unfolds authenticity's origins and implications. To the degree that authenticity seeks in all contexts freedom from social horizons, the conclusion renders attempts to embody this ideal secularly impossible. The goal requires a total transcendence that only the divine could fulfill. Human authenticity thus emerges in creatively imitating God's self-sacrificial expression on the cross, which both transcends and revalues the horizons of this world.
... James Carey5 termed the “ritual” function of communication, and the commensurate elevation of the marketplace as the arbiter of creative authenticity, ...
Author: Eduardo Navas
Keywords in Remix Studies consists of twenty-four chapters authored by researchers who share interests in remix studies and remix culture throughout the arts and humanities. The essays reflect on the critical, historical and theoretical lineage of remix to the technological production that makes contemporary forms of communication and creativity possible. Remix enjoys international attention as it continues to become a paradigm of reference across many disciplines, due in part to its interdisciplinary nature as an unexpectedly fragmented approach and method useful in various fields to expand specific research interests. The focus on a specific keyword for each essay enables contributors to expose culture and society’s inconclusive relation with the creative process, and questions assumptions about authorship, plagiarism and originality. Keywords in Remix Studies is a resource for scholars, including researchers, practitioners, lecturers and students, interested in some or all aspects of remix studies. It can be a reference manual and introductory resource, as well as a teaching tool across the humanities and social sciences.
Creative Message Idea This section of the OTC teaching resource will offer a broad variety of ideas a teacher can use to bring a biblical point home with ...
Author: John Ortberg
Old Testament Challenge, Volume 4 is titled Pursuing Spiritual Authenticity: Life-Changing Words from the Prophets. The goal of OTC is to discover the life-changing truths of the Old Testament and how we can apply them to our lives today. Based on Pastor John Ortberg's OTC series at the New Community services of Willow Creek Community Church, this resource will enable churches to raise the level of biblical literacy and understanding among its congregation.
Authenticity is implicit in Western judgments of art, ... difference is harmful (and borders on the neurotic) and does not always lead to creative products.
Author: Vlad Petre Glăveanu
This groundbreaking Handbook brings together leading international experts in creativity and culture research to provide an overview of current debates. It showcases the wealth of topics, approaches and definitions specific for this new, interdisciplinary field within creativity research. The theoretical and methodological innovations emerging from the joint study of creativity and culture highlight the role of creativity within today's innovation-based, multicultural societies. Drawing on theoretical and empirical reflections, including case studies from different continents and different creative domains, this Handbook provides a truly global outlook on current creativity research within an emergent, interdisciplinary field. This variety is highlighted by the Handbook's structure as it is divided into five sections: Creativity and Culture in the Psychology of Creativity; Creativity in Socio-Cultural Psychology; Creativity in Cultural Context; Creativity and Culture in Applied Domains; Cross-disciplinary Perspectives on Creativity and Culture. These sections provide a clear overview of the debates and questions of this research area as contributors share their interest in creativity not only as an individual but also a social and cultural phenomenon, and in culture as both the foundation and outcome of creative action. The Handbook will be an essential resource for researchers, particularly those based in social science and humanities disciplines.
... are most typically individuals whose music is taken to symbolize and represent the artistic seriousness of pop-rock music and its creative authenticity.
Author: Motti Regev
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Pop music and rock music are often treated as separate genres but the distinction has always been blurred. Motti Regev argues that pop-rock is best understood as a single musical form defined by the use of electric and electronic instruments, amplification and related techniques. The history of pop-rock extends from the emergence of rock'n'roll in the 1950s to a variety of contemporary fashions and trends – rock, punk, soul, funk, techno, hip hop, indie, metal, pop and many more. This book offers a highly original account of the emergence of pop-rock music as a global phenomenon in which Anglo-American and many other national and ethnic variants interact in complex ways. Pop-rock is analysed as a prime instance of 'aesthetic cosmopolitanism' – that is, the gradual formation, in late modernity, of world culture as a single interconnected entity in which different social groupings around the world increasingly share common ground in their aesthetic perceptions, expressive forms and cultural practices. Drawing on a wide array of examples, this path-breaking book will be of great interest to students and scholars in cultural sociology, media and cultural studies as well as the study of popular music.
Leadership authenticity is not simply a matter of “being yourself”; ... Authentic leaders are “those who are deeply aware of how they think and behave and ...
Author: Kathryn Goldman Schuyler
Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing
What is our role in creating healthy organizations and a healthy world? This book fosters a unique dialogue on the interconnections between leadership, sustainability, the long-term viability of the planet, and organizational development. Together, these areas of research and action can contribute to creating a healthy society.
Cultural experience begins with creative living first manifested in play. . . . From the beginning the baby has maximally intense experiences in the ...
Author: Steven Tuber
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Winnicott’s work on the developmental process is paired with interactions of child therapists and their patients to link theory and practice. More than 25 of his works are analyzed and presented with partial transcripts of actual sessions to demonstrate the value of his contributions to child and adult psychology and psychotherapy.
Here, for instance, we can refer to the implicit feeling of in-group identity of geeks, or the emphasis on the creative authenticity of local community ...
Author: Alexander Dhoest
This book aims to revisit the notion of subculture for the 21st century, reinterpreting it and extending its scope. On the one hand, the notion of resistance is redefined and applied to contemporary practices of cultural production and entrepreneurship. On the other hand, contributors reconsider the connection of subcultures to everyday culture, exploring more mainstream forms of cultural production and consumption across a wider range of social groups. As a consequence, this book extends the scope to look beyond the white, male, adolescent, urban cultures identified with earlier subcultural studies. Contributors also examine fusions and crossovers between Western and non-Western cultural practices.
The authentic person is to make his beliefs and values his own, ... matched against the authenticity of the creative artist or spontaneous man of action.
Author: David Cooper
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
David E. Cooper elucidates Nietzsche's educational views in detail, in a form that will be of value to educationalists as well as philosophers. In this title, first published in 1983, he shows how these views relate to the rest of Nietzsche's work, and to modern European and Anglo-Saxon philosophical concerns. For Nietzsche, the purpose of true education was to produce creative individuals who take responsibility for their lives, beliefs and values. His ideal was human authenticity. David E. Cooper sets Nietzsche's critique against the background of nineteenth-century German culture, yet is concerned at the same time to emphasize its bearing upon recent educational thought and policy.
... the transformation , inevitable in late capitalist society , of creative authenticity — a momentary illusion , at best — into commodity .
Author: Sin-wai Chan
Publisher: Chinese University Press
The last millennium saw rapid change, spreading globalization, and shifting populations. These have posed moral, ethical, and social dilemmas that have challenged the very foundations of our beliefs and radically changed our way of life. In this volume, some of the world's greatest thinkers in philosophy, music, religion, and the arts share their insights on the future shape of human civilization. How can old cultural legacies fit new contexts? Can there be a universalist values coexist with local differentiation? Are literature and music still relevant in a world where technology is dominant? By discussing these important issues in an interdisciplinary framework, these scholars have provided a provisional blueprint for our new society.
As we have learned, ubiquity and ease of use do not necessarily translate into sound pedagogy or authentic opportunities for students to experience, ...
Author: Gena R. Greher
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Students are drawn to mobile technologies such as iPads and smartphones because of the sheer endless possibilities of the digital worlds they hold. But how can their potential for stimulating the imagination be effectively used in the music classroom to support students' development of musical thinking? Countering voices that see digital technologies as a threat to traditional forms of music making and music education, this collection explores the many ways in which hand-held devices can be used to promote student learning and provides teachers with guidance on making them a vital presence in their own classrooms. Creative Music Making at Your Fingertips features 11 chapters by music education scholars and practitioners that provide tried-and-true strategies for using mobile devices in a variety of contexts, from general music education to ensembles and from K-12 to college classrooms. Drawing on their own experiences with bringing mobile devices and different music apps into the classroom, contributors show how these technologies can be turned into tools for teaching performance, improvisation, and composition. Their practical advice on how pedagogy and mobile technologies can be aligned to increase students' creative engagement with music and help them realize their musical potential makes this book an invaluable resource for music educators who want to be at the forefront of pedagogical transformations made possible by 21st-century technologies.
The tension between the ideal of an individually generated, creative authentic self and the strong claims of collective authenticity is evident in Taylor's ...
Author: Howard H. Schweber
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
In Democracy and Authenticity Professor Howard Schweber examines a basic problem for liberal democracies. When a political entity is characterized by a multitude of identities and values, certain constraints apply to reasons for citizens and public officials to justify coercive political actions. The author argues that justifications based on particular religious doctrines are not a proper basis for government actions that affect everyone. He then develops a concept of public justification intended to guide citizens in a liberal democracy through the work of creating policies that satisfy their responsibilities to one another.
... 107–109, 110–112 audience characterization 111–115 authenticity 14, 226, ... 179, 186 creative knowledge work (practices) 201, 204–206, 273 creative ...
Author: David Yun Dai
The key question this book addresses is how to identify and create optimal conditions for the kind of learning and development that is especially important for effectively functioning in the 21st century. Taking a new approach to this long-debated issue, it looks at how a design research-based science of learning (with its practical models and related design research) can provide insights and integrated models of how human beings actually function and grow in the social dynamics of educational settings with all their affordances and constraints. More specifically: How can specific domains or subject matters be taught for broad intellectual development? How can technology be integrated in enhancing human functioning? How can the social organization of classroom learning be optimized to create social norms for promoting deep intellectual engagement and personal growth? Part I is concerned with broad conceptual and technical issues regarding cultivating intellectual potential, with a focus on how design research might fill in an important a niche in addressing these issues. Part II presents specific design work in terms of design principles, models, and prototypes.
J. Savulescu14 has argued that we have a moral duty of 'pro-creative beneficence': 'Couples (or single reproducers) should select the child, of the possible ...
Author: Hans S. Reinders
Dr. Herman P. Meininger has made important contributions to the ethical reflection in the field of disability and disability studies. In honor to his work this book presentsessays of international well-known experts.