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Friday 28.04.2017

'Creative Thinking: Strategies to Develop and Refine your Project Ideas' Online Course by Node Center


'Creative Thinking: Strategies to Develop and Refine your Project Ideas' Online Course by Node Center
Node Center for Curatorial Studies
http://www.nodecenter.net

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- Duration: May 16 - Jun 13, 2017 - Application deadline: May 13, 2017 - Lecturer: Jennifer Danos - Participation fee: 148 EUR

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CREATIVE THINKING: STRATEGIES TO DEVELOP AND REFINE YOUR PROJECTS
An online course by Node Center



Every project we want to make or do starts with an idea, an impulse that is often inspired by a subject or question we are interested in exploring. But how can we make that initial idea the best it can be? This course will expose participants to a number of different strategies for research, development, and refinement of an idea while creating visual tools to track their ideation process.

This 5 week course is for curators, artists, designers, and anyone in the cultural fields wishing to make the creative process of developing concepts more effective and to arrive at ideas that would take their projects to the next level. The course's expanded length of time will allow for participants to get deeper into their creative thinking process.

Following the course, participants will learn a range of creative thinking and research techniques, including practical and unorthodox research methods as well as visual tools to track their creative process. Participants will be able to apply these techniques to any number of project ideas, leading to the creation of each participant's unique method that is suited to their specific practice and the needs of the project.


*Video conferences every Tuesday at 7pm Central European Time. Recordings available in case you miss a live session!

- Duration: May 16 - Jun 13, 2017
- Application deadline: May 13, 2017
- Lecturer: Jennifer Danos
- Participation fee: 148 EUR


FULL INFORMATION AND ENROLLMENTS: goo.gl/ujPjtj

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PROGRAM

Week 1: How to be a creative sponge

• Introductions: who are we?
• Idea brainstorming techniques
• Mind mapping & other train of consciousness techniques
• How/where to gather & keep this information
• Look at types of visual logs
• In-class activity: Re-invent
• Weekly activity: Collect collect collect!

Week 2: Organizing the chaos

• Practical & unorthodox research strategies
• Filter and archive all that is gathered
• Organizational strategies for the collections
• Continue visual logs: Perception
• In-class collaborative activity: Re-imagine
• Weekly activity: Think big!

Week 3: Finding the needle in the haystack

• Make new connections
• Find hidden threads
• Look at examples of artistic & curatorial processes
• Continue visual logs: Experience
• In-class activity: Re-write
• Weekly activity: Bringing big down to earth

Week 4: How can this be better?

• Critique strategies
• Critical thinking & analysis strategies
• Taking risks with idea development
• Continue visual logs: Experiment
• In-class activity: Re-wind
• Weekly activity: Obstructions

Week 5: Putting the pieces together

• Assess initial results
• Group critique five obstructions
• Pick one idea to further develop & refine
• Know when to keep looping back through the process
• Continue visual logs: Investigate
• In-class activity: Re-visit
• Weekly activity: Refine
• Examples of post-production analysis
• Cultivate a creative attitude & atmosphere
• How to apply these strategies to a number of different tasks
• How to identify & develop your own individual practice
• Analysis of visual logs
• Group critique of individual work
• Final Q & A

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CONTACT
www.nodecenter.org
info@nodecenter.org