A growing number of psychologists are focusing their studies on aesthetics and the question of why we like what we like.
Category Archives: Creativity
Style isn’t just a matter of appearance. It’s political too, says the writer Madison A. Moore.
Christian Marclay worked with Snapchat engineers on an installation that harvested and manipulated the sounds of publicly available posts.
As a national correspondent reports on challenges facing the glass artist Dale Chihuly, he stumbles on some clues to how great art is made.
The creative impulse is driven not by personal or professional history, but uninhibited curiosity: the capacity to play around without judgment.
Ruth Jacobsen, 83, a collage artist, and Judith Leiber, 95, a handbag designer, built creative careers after enduring Nazi repression.
The authors, Scott Barry Kaufman and Carolyn Gregoire, detail research into the nature of creativity and also provide tips to fuel the process.
To be a critic is to be a defender of the life of art and a champion of the art of living.
Private investors are working with the government to nurture local creative talent in a city better known for cargo ports and finance.