In yesterday’s post, I suggested that creativity is an important – nay, essential component of the human experience. Of course, this raises the question of how in the world do we find the time to actively pursue the creative gifts when our lifestyles are constantly set on overdrive. I frequently find myself frustrated over not having the time for my own art.
The answer to this question is found in a recent book by Rice Freeman-Zachary entitled Creative Time and Space: Making Room for Making Art. The book explores the delicate balance between our day-to-day lives and artistic pursuit.
The book sounds pretty good, and right now it is available in a free giveaway from Jennifer Williams’ blog. And yes, so we’re clear, this post is primarily in the hopes of landing a copy of my own. This may be selfish. Don’t judge me.