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TCI 4h
⫷ ⫷ "You have to get everything that’s normal and break it." ⫸ ⫸ Today on TCI we have Genesis P-Orridge () on the origins of , creative innovation, and murdering music . ➔➔➔
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Join the team on as they host a project-finale party at the Museum Lichtenberg in Berlin:
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Drip Dec 16
. creates experimental artworks that inspire wonder and bridge communities. In this video, they share highlights from their flagship project: a village of musical architecture in New Orleans. Subscribe to them on Drip to see more→
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Glory Edim () runs Well-Read Black Girl, an online book club and community celebrating Black women writers. Here, she shares 's 2017 reading list→
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. on running a project: "I got to know food enthusiasts through this process. Many of them have become friends and supporters, encouraging me and excited to see what I'm going to do next."
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Thanks for letting us know — it looks like you may have received an older version of the email, before we edited out the mistakes. Sorry about that!
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"It’s just in our DNA to create our own spaces, to create our own roadmaps. We have to do the things that others won’t do for us." — (via )
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"A lot of my life has been about intentionally approaching the things that freak me out... I feel like that’s why I’m drawn to horror." — (via )
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Jessica Romano on her journey to bring back : (via )
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"There's something totally amazing about the way other people can lead you towards a solution that is completely foreign to you." — of on collaborating within a group (via )
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"It's humbling to think of someone living with something that you've made." — Read about 5 creators' experiences running a project last year — then start planning your own:
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This workshop series aims to help kids in developing communities author and share their own stories: (via )
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Kickstarter Dec 15
A new documentary and exhibit at the museum will tell the story of Bill Traylor, one America's most prolific folk artists:
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Kickstarter Dec 15
"I have to feel a desire to write... I have to feel borderline desperate." — (via )
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Katherine Liu Dec 13
4 Questions zine is featured on 's blog! Still so grateful + shocked that this zine series became a real thing this year ❤️
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Kickstarter Dec 15
This environmental nonprofit wants to help protect and restore North America's redwood forests by planting millions of trees and other native species:
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jenn de la Vega Dec 13
My project was featured in the Happening email this week! You bet I'll be back on January 1st with a new project. Here's a guide to starting your own to kickstart your creativity in 2018:
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jenn de la Vega Dec 14
We are making great progress for our year-end to pay for 's latest move. If you've backed already, please help us share the campaign.
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Drip Dec 14
"I often find artists and scientists are pretty similar in the way they look at the world." Artist Rachel Sussman () discusses thinking deeply about time and space, and what she hopes people take away from her work. Subscribe to her on Drip→
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TCI Dec 14
"There’s a different story with every collaborator. It’s really like friendships... there’s a different story to each one..." ○○○ Photos by ○○○ on creativity as an ongoing experiment ○○○
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