Monthly Archives: March 2011

A master speaks on creative expression

posted by Joshua on March 31, 2011 in Art, Awareness, Blog, Creativity, Fitness, Freedom, Tips

Martha Graham, one of the great artists of the twentieth century — Picasso-level stature and influence in her field — entered my life late, in my 30s, when recording Julliard dancers for my art at Lincoln Center. They were perfect people to learn from, dancers actively learning her, describing a “Martha Graham revolution” I’d never[…] Keep reading →

My April creativity talk at Fred in Brooklyn

posted by Joshua on March 27, 2011 in Art, Blog, Creativity, Education

I’m speaking on creativity at the next Fred Talk, April 10. Please come! A longtime friend emailed me after she went to the last one (I was out of town) telling me my talk was announced. Fred talks are do-it-yourself Ted talks with the slogan “Your friends’ ideas worth spreading.” Who says you need some[…] Keep reading →

Awesome software to help you think

posted by Joshua on March 26, 2011 in Blog, Creativity, Tips

Mindmaps and mindmapping software are awesome! I rarely like using computers for what I can use paper and pencil, but mindmaps and mindmapping software help organize complex ideas better. They’re simple, effective, and, best of all, fun. I can only speak for the software I use, Freemind. Besides basic mindmapping functionality, it has some bells[…] Keep reading →