Book Title: The Creative Process

Author: ART480 Art Honors Fall 2020

Book Description: 20 visual artists in conversation about why they make, how they work, and how the creative process unfolds.

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Contents

Book Information

Book Description

This book was created by seniors in the 2020-2021 Art BA Departmental Honors program in the School of Art + Art History + Design, University of Washington, Seattle.
The students in the Honors in Art track come from the four concentrations of the
Division of Art:
3D4M: Ceramics + Glass + Sculpture,
Interdisciplinary Visual Arts,
Painting + Drawing,
and Photo/Media.

The book presents first-person accounts of the creative process by a diverse group of makers as they develop artwork, consistently question habits, meanings, and inspirations while interfacing the world during uncertain times.

Author

ART480 Art Honors Fall 2020

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Subject

The arts: general issues

Metadata

Title
The Creative Process
Author
ART480 Art Honors Fall 2020
Contributors
Alissa Jean-Baptiste, Anqi He, Ashley Ambrisko, Behnaz Monzavi, Devan Kirk, Diana Beare, Diana Ramirez-Torres, Greta Enloe, Helen Chang, Kathy He, Lauren Ray, Leila Okorie, Lexi Maerz, Riley Cook, Shayla Dang, Steffany Ng, Sylvia Jurgens, Tabea Schendekehl, Winny Liu, and Zhaohan Wang
License

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The Creative Process by Timea Tihanyi is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted.

We hoped that this book will be useful in teaching and learning about creative thinking in general, and about applying creativity in the visual art practice in particular. We would like this book to be added to and expanded by examples of other makers, thinkers, and questioners.

Primary Subject
The arts: general issues
Additional Subject(s)
Ceramic & glass: artworks, Painting & paintings, Photography & photographs, Interdisciplinary studies
Publisher
University of Washington
Publication Date
December 14, 2020