In this beautiful CreativeMornings/Ottawa talk singer-songwriter Kellylee Evans talks about the importance of exercising courage in everyday life.
Efdot is a visual artist and community builder rooted in New York. Using abstract figures, forms & bold lines, Efdot explores the contrast between playfulness and mischief.
Astronaut roundtable featuring unfiltered and down-to-Earth perspectives on what it feels like to go into space — emotions and all.
Wow! A 5.5-hour, 12-mile video walking tour of Paris. Sit back and enjoy.
The latest product by the team of Ostrich Pillow looks like something I’d put to use: It’s a 3D ergonomic eye mask. They say the design adapts to the features of your face, with no eye pressure.
“Weakness of the Flesh” is a fascinating and somewhat odd short film that appears to clone dancer Emma Rosenzweig-Bock, who twists and contorts her body amongst a sea of her own figure.
Yes, the U.S. Healthcare system is infuriating.
I keep coming back to this: Imagination as the Path of the Spirit John O Donohue. He asks: “What are the 7 thoughts you keep coming back to and that shape your life?”
As we are heading into summer here, this is my post to say good bye to winter! I recommend fullscreen and sound on!
I am completely mesmerized by Argentinian director Fernando Livschitz’s short film Anywhere Can Happen.
I applaud Tea Uglow for sharing her trans story.
(A few years back, I attended an AIGA conference in Minneapolis. I walked out of a quite boring session to grab a coffee and as I stood in line, I noticed the stunning, tall, very very well dressed woman in front of me. As it was her turn to pay for her coffee, she seemingly turned her very stylish purse inside out, unsuccessfully, to locate her wallet. The barista didn’t budge. I stepped up, ordered my coffee and paid for both hers and mine. I smiled at her and said: Love your stylish outfit! About an hour later, I am in the main conference hall and who steps on stage? Tea, the stunning, tall, well dressed woman from my coffee moment!)
I am so grateful I stumbled upon Dr. Elaine Aron’s work around the concept of Highly Sensitive Person. I feel seen.
In 1956, the Southdale Center in Edina, Minnesota, opened its doors and became America’s first climate-controlled indoor shopping mall.