Creativity on Campus – David Frantz
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Creativity on Campus – David Frantz

As a UW student I always have something to work on and thanks to the many libraries here on campus, there are a million different ways to get my creative juices flowing. From seeing history to finding and reading history. Reading for pleasure and reading for class. Time for standing up and for sitting down. For writing an email or…

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Purpose of Creativity – Commercial spot
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Purpose of Creativity – Commercial spot

I’m able to capture the unique moment and… Well… that’s the main thing Why should people start taking photos? Because it’s liberating fun, it’s better than sitting home But it’s like the run for the long haul because if you want to do it on higher level it costs some money and your time of course. But I don’t regret…

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Quantifying the Arts & Creativity: Exploring the National Endowment for the Arts Data Archive
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Quantifying the Arts & Creativity: Exploring the National Endowment for the Arts Data Archive

[David] All right, thank you, Dory. Yes, I see it recording. Thank you, everyone. Good morning. My name is David Thomas, I’m here at ICPSR. I’m a Project Manager here and I’m the Project Manager for the NADAC archive. What we’re going to cover today … Oh what you’re here for is Quantifying the Arts and Creativity Exploring the National…

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The Secret to Culinary “Creativity”
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The Secret to Culinary “Creativity”

Ok, so I have a question for you. Do you think my food is creative? If you said yes, I think you are wrong. I get this “creative” comment all the time. In a recent class, I served a kale salad that looked something like this: kale, apples, walnuts, dry cherries, labne mustard dressing. One of the students asked me…

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