COMPANION

Creativity

Articles

  • ‘Seeds of imagination: Developing creativity in teaching the Alexander Technique’ by Cathy Madden covers her four levels of AT-facilitated exercises for creativity; 1. retraining basic image-making skills; 2. responding to imagined stimuli; 3. linking images to each other; 4. communicating the imagined world. And on dimensional learning.[1]
  • ‘Creativity in motion’ by Korina Biggs describes a workshop where people were first exploring fluidity in movement, and then either writing or drawing in order to allow non-habitual ways of expression to emerge from the recent moving experiences.[2]
  • ‘Confident creativity’ by Corinne Cassini describes four of the practices the author offers in her classes for musicians, e.g. identifying thought and belief patterns which get in the way of performing well.[3]
References

[1] ‘Seeds of imagination: Developing creativity in teaching the Alexander Technique’ by Cathy Madden in The Congress Papers 2015, Empowering Humanity, Inspiring Science edited by Rachel Gering-Hasthorpe (STAT Books, 2016), pp. 162–68.
[2] ‘Creativity in motion’ by Korina Biggs in The Congress Papers 2015, Empowering Humanity, Inspiring Science edited by Rachel Gering-Hasthorpe (STAT Books, 2016), pp. 181–85.
[3] ‘Confident creativity’ by Corinne Cassini in Galvanizing Performance by Cathy Madden, Kathleen Juhl (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2017), pp. 76–96.
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