This might seem like a strange title for a post but it represents the outcome of a #creativeHE hands-on 'Creativity in the Making' conversation that I have been co-facilitating with John Rae over the last two weeks (March 6-20th). The basic idea for this conversation was to invite participants to make something and to create a narrative about their making process to try and tease out how creatvity featured in the process. Alongside this practical making, John and I, assisted by Joy Whitton tried to encourage participants to think about the process of making and share their own perspectives. What has emerged (and is still emeriging as a write this) is an interesting and rich set of perspectives. In this post I simply recount my own story of making and share the artefacts I made namely, my interpretive narrative (right) and my film (below).
Ode to my fence (narrative)
this blog relates to my work for Creative Academic & contains insights gained from participating in the #creativeHE conversational space
I am thankful for all the opportunities I have to use my creativity and experience the creativity of others