My sister, inspired me to create for the love of creation, and this post celebrates people (both well-known and not) who did just that!
Wondering how to keep the family busy during the COVID-19 Quarantine? Here are some fun ideas that may spark yours and are guaranteed to keep your little ones occupied.
Yes, that’s my children’s legacy! As my cousin once said, this is one in “a long line of sub-par theatrical productions”. We did plays, my mother’s family did in-home musical concerts, and I’m sure way back, there were theatrical productions by the pioneer players!… Continue Reading “A Long Line of Sub-par Theatrical Productions”
This is just a reminder to my daughter that together, we can rock school projects!! Every time we work in a school project, she FREAKS because whatever we are doing is not how she pictures it in her head. The problem is, we usually can’t… Continue Reading “School Projects – we rock!”
I have been so impressed by Sonia Singh’s Tree Change Dolls (see the video below) – I especially loved the looks on the girl’s faces as they held and played with their dolls. One of the girls said, “They kind of look like they’re the… Continue Reading “Creative People: Sonia Singh and the Tree Change Dolls”
So, two weeks ago, I wrote a post about summer creativity. Read it here. My girls went crazy after I showed it to them and they created an arcade of their own. They were busy for days. They created a bottle ring toss, a… Continue Reading “Don’t Wait Too Long”
Recently I ran across “the Dad that draws on sandwich bags,” David Laferriere, a designer and illustrator who creates art with a sharpie and a ziploc baggie, so that everyday when his kids open their lunches at school, they are met with something amazing!… Continue Reading “Be “that” Dad! (Or, Let’s all channel the inner creator – which is what the post ends up being about.)”
This has been quite an amazing year for me. My father passed away on November 24, 2012 and my daughter was born on October 15, 2013. When Dad passed two days after Thanksgiving last year, I could have never guessed that less than a year later I… Continue Reading “Shared Human Experience Reflected in Art”
I just read a series of reports on an eight-year-old, Stella Ehrhart, from Omaha, Nebraska who dresses up for school everyday as a different historical female figure or other character. According to several articles, she said that she wants to dress up as people… Continue Reading “Childhood Creativity Leads to Education”