Tag Archives: teaching creativity

The Fish, the Frog, the Bird and the Bear

The workshop on Creativities in Practice at the Musiclearninglive conference was one of my favorite events. In this workshop, Pamela Burnard, Anna Houmann and Eva Saether challenged us with questions about our own creativity. It was an experience, an event. … Continue reading

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Guest Teaching

To Sjur Bjærke and Dan Styffe and their wonderful students in Oslo. I prefer to call it guest teaching: teaching away from home. One of the reasons I like to do guest teaching is that I can say the same … Continue reading

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A Foggy Thought

A Foggy thought about The Role of the Fog in the Creative Process I was on my way from Logan Airport to New Hampshire. The weather was foggy and driving seemed difficult. Luckily enough I was sitting in the back … Continue reading

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A House is not a Home

To Opher Brayer In our seminar called Teaching is an Art at the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance, we watched some parts from the movie Dead Poet Society with Robin Williams. Robin Williams plays the role of Mr. Keating, … Continue reading

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