15 Must Watch TED Talks on Creativity
While innovation is fundamental to a successful and progressive business, finding time, creativity, and inspiration can be challenging. You may already be familiar with TED (short for Technology, Entertainment and Design), but in case you are not, it is a media company that hosts talks by thought leader with the purpose of igniting change and innovation. Speakers range from artists, to engineers, to super models and their topic areas are equally as diverse. The list of TED talks below, compiled by Invaluable, was curated for creatives seeking inspiration. Read through the list and spark some innovation.
Creativity itself comes in many forms. The popular media company, TED (short for Technology, Entertainment and Design), strives to inspire and spread ideas that ignite change and innovation. Their motivational talks have been viewed millions of times across the globe. Lecturers range from artists to icons, from models to engineers, and the topics they explore are equally as diverse.
Whether looking for the inspiration to bring an idea alive or simply looking to pass the time, listen to these 15 talks sure to spark your creativity. Each talk featured below was chosen from the plethora in existence for their passion and correlation to the art community. They are each concisely summarized to help narrow your area of interest.
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- Do schools kill creativity?
- Your elusive creative genius
- Your body is my canvas
- The clues to a great story
- The art of creating awe
- Taking imagination seriously
- Design and destiny
- Happiness by design
- Building the Seed Cathedral
- How I became 100 artists
- One year of turning the world inside out
- Art that craves your attention
- Glorious visions in animation and performance
- My 5 lives as an artist
- The playful search for beauty
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