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Running head: CREATIVE SPARK TALK 1 Creative Spark Talk Gustavo Pérez PHL/458 Creative Minds and Critical Thinking April 26, 2016 Dra. Kerstin Cruz Melendez
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CREATIVE SPARK TALK ANALYSIS 2 Creative Spark Talk Analysis Creativity is defined as an act, or product is uncommon and is useful to society, many of us have ideas that are sometimes different and innovative, but many of us don’t realize them and do not materialize them. “There are four stages in the creative process that are the preparation stage, incubation stage, illumination stage and finally the verification stage" (Creativity Portal, 2004). "The first step, is the preparation stage where your idea is investigated, then comes the incubation stage that is when you start to think on your idea unconsciously, the third step is the illumination stage that you begin to put your plan together and finally comes the verification stage that is finally the point where your idea is accepted" (Creativity Portal, 2004). From all the videos in the TED channel, the one that I found most interesting was the video "Taking Imagination Seriously” by Janet Echelman that was shoot in June 2011, she was inspired when her paints went missing, which forced her to look to an unorthodox new art material. Now she makes rising, flowing, building-sized sculpture with a surprisingly geeky edge. She materialized her ideas by considering and using unconventional methods and materials
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