How to Generate Ideas - ONLINE CLASS
Taught by Christine Garvey
Christine Garvey is an artist and coach based in Austin, Texas. Her creative work has been recognized with a Fulbright Research Grant, an Austin Community Initiatives Award, and a Fellowship from Concordia University Montreal. Since 2010 she’s been a teaching artist and faculty member at various institutions, including the University of Texas at Austin, Florence University of the Arts, and Pioneer Works Center for Art and Innovation. She writes and speaks about ideas that impact artists, including scarcity and financial stability, and helps artists set goals and gain momentum in their creative practices. To find out more about her work visit: christine-garvey.com.
Location: Online Class
When we sit down to work, it’s rare that ideas just show up. This workshop will discuss how to generate new ideas in your creative practice through setting up "enabling constraints." Enabling constraints are conditions that allow us to feel like we are playing with a sense of purpose and protection. The workshop will identify 3 ways to establish constraints around the 3Ms - the material, the multiple, and the mirror.
This framework will help you jump start your art practice and take thoughtful cues from artists that inspire you most. Creatives from all disciplines (visual arts, music, design, writing) are welcome!
Class will meet on Zoom. You'll be sent Zoom meeting info after enrollment and a PDF of the class presentation the day of. Class size 12-15 max.