Creative dynamics: artistic production as a model of creative interaction
AffiliationUniversity of Derby
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AbstractDefining creativity in musical terms and the extent to which theories of crea- tivity may reflect and inform creative practice within a UK university arts-based college is at the heart of this chapter. Creative thinking in music, particularly with reference to com- mercial application is where the investigation begins; models of collaborative interaction, which is a fundamental preoccupation for undergraduate popular music students, are re- viewed and evaluated highlighting the boundaries within which composers are required to work to attain commercial authenticity. Beyond this, the development of an applicable creativity toolkit is discussed which has the potential to challenge aesthetic sensibilities al- lowing students to transcend the boundaries of the familiar and explore domains less famil- iar. The chapter concludes by validating the benefits of collaborative creative activities par- ticularly with reference to multi-modal interaction and the role of technology.
CitationBrown, M. & Wilson, C. (2015) Creative dynamics: artistic production as a model of creative interaction,' in (ed.) Reisman, F. K., Creativity in Business, KIE Conference Books
PublisherKnowledge, Innovation & Enterprise
Series/Report no.KIE Conference Books series
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