Anonymous. Artists and calligraphers at work.

To look beyond one’s own nose

Johanna Darbritz News 0 Comments

What has inspired Age of Artists in the last month? Exciting, entertaining and controversial findings from the world wide web. Things that attracted our attention in December:

What makes some scientist more creative than others? Various studies have examined this question. In 1878 the first Winner of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry J.H. van´t Hoff proposed that scientific imagination correlates with creative activity outside of science. And several other laureates concur with van´t Hoffs approach.

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Portrait of Charlie Parker in 1947

The Idea of Something Being Radically New is Misleading – Two Questions to Michael Gold

Dirk Dobiéy Insights, Interview 0 Comments

Michael Gold is creator and principal of Jazz Impact where he combines world-class jazz with interactive and experiential learning and new ways of thinking around leadership, engagement and collaboration in business. Michael is also one of our affiliated members. As part of our ongoing conversations I had the chance to ask him a couple of questions and what I got was both – surprising and inspirational. But find our for yourself!

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