• ScienceDaily | 10/11/2017 | Staff
    There are millions of arts and design graduates in the U.S. workforce. Research shows that the majority of arts alumni -- over 90% -- have worked in nonarts-related jobs at some point in their lives.
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  • Leithart | 10/2/2017 | Staff
    Last week, I summarized Thomas Aquinas’s argument to the effect that human beings do not create. As Thomas would have expected, there’s another side to the story – a sed contra – neatly outlined by...
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  • Phil Cooke | 8/22/2017 | Staff
    The other day my wife Kathleen and I were in the car listening to the new “Beatles” channel on our satellite radio. She remarked on the number of songs the Beatles had obviously recorded that we’d...
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  • Newsmax | 8/9/2017 | Staff
    It may be no coincidence that some of the greatest literary names had a love for alcohol — think Hemingway, Poe, and Faulkner — drinking may have given their creativity a boost and helped them plow...
    178 views DanRules394
  • TechCrunch | 5/11/2017 | Eliot Gattegno
    Eliot Gattegno is an adjunct associate professor of Practice of Business and Arts at NYU Shanghai, where he teaches in the Program on Creativity and Innovation. He is also director and founder of...
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  • Lifehacker | 4/4/2017 | Staff
    Marvin Gaye might have been best known for albums like I Heard It Through the Grapevine and What’s Going On, but when you look closer, you see an artist who struggled with depression who somehow...
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