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Curating a Creative Culture

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John Churchville

on 27 July 2015

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Transcript of Curating a Creative Culture

Do Good Work
Use every tool available
Students must be empowered to claim ownership of the impulse that drives the process of artistic expression.
Once students own this essential element of the creative process, teachers become the guide, helping students navigate their way through their own experience of artistic expression, offering wisdom and experience as they cultivate their understanding of the world.
The Community
Who, What, When, Where and Why.
Positive Consensus
...It's not about me.
Marketing
Goals and Aims
Share it with pride and enthusiasm.
Expanded opportunities for creative lessons in...
Economics
Promotion
Advertising



Legacy
Connections that last a lifetime.
Alumni
History
Culture
Producing
The Creative Finish Line
Perform
Record
Publish
Curating a Creative Culture
John Churchville
Music Director - Go Like The Wind School
jchurchville@golikethewind.com

The Philosphy
Technologies
Resources
Inspiration
Methodologies
The bigger the better!
Creative destruction.
The 20% rule.
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