Monthly Archives: May 2015

Exercise your creativity this summer

Since it’s Memorial Day, Artini is going to stray off the path a bit today.  Let’s talk about summer fun.  That’s all we want to think abut, right? I’m moved to write about summer because one of my favorite bookstores … Continue reading

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To change…or to let go

Yesterday, I spoke at the Creative Connections workshop hosted by Mosaic Arts, our local arts council in the Green Bay area.  It was a wonderful day, full of lively discussion, packed sessions, and intriguing ideas.  I gave what is becoming … Continue reading

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Sabbatical blog post: In which I talk to lots of people and learn lots of stuff

I was on sabbatical this semester.  It was wonderful.  A sabbatical is supposed to be for recharging batteries as well as doing projects and research that are hard to fit in while you’re working full time – and that’s exactly … Continue reading

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In defense of the art degree

In 2008, Daniel Pink declared in a New York Times article that “the MFA is the new MBA.”  In the 21st century, said Pink, businesses will favor right brained thinking, and the ability to  innovate, and think critically will be the … Continue reading

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