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Salvador Dali and the Surrealists: Their Lives and Ideas, 21 by Michael Elsohn Ross

By Michael Elsohn Ross

The weird and infrequently funny creations of René Magritte, Joan Miró, Salvador Dalí, and different surrealists are showcased during this job consultant for younger artists. most excellent one of the surrealists, Salvador Dalí was once a painter, filmmaker, fashion designer, functionality artist, and whimsical self-promoter. His well-known icons, together with the melting watches, double photos, and daily gadgets set in extraordinary contexts, helped to outline the best way humans view truth and inspire teenagers to view the area in new methods. Dalí’s arguable existence is explored whereas young ones hint the roots of a few universal smooth photographs. those wild and lovely actions contain making guy Ray–inspired sunlight prints, filming a Dali-esque dreamscape video, writing surrealist poetry, making collages, and assembling artwork with came across gadgets.

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Only a person who risks is free. —Anonymous Not all risks are equal. Some risks are more serious than others. For instance, the potential risks of idea generation are much less serious than the risks of implementation. Every time we think of or suggest an idea, we take a risk. Because we can’t survive without new ideas, we must constantly take such risks. The likely negative consequences of suggesting a “stupid” idea, however, pale in comparison with the risks of implementing an idea. Introducing a product, process, or service that later fails will cost an organization much more than any embarrassment someone might experience from suggesting a so-called stupid idea.

6. Tell the groups the following: “We often use categories to stimulate ideas because they can help stretch our thinking. Unfortunately, many of us use only a limited number of categories, or we use rather conventional categories. If you really stretched your thinking, however, you might have broken away from conventional categories. You might have thought of some offbeat uses that involved crushing or otherwise altering the cups. ” 7. Have the groups share any unusual categories they might have thought of.

Copyright © 2005 by John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Reproduced permission of Pfeiffer, an Imprint of Wiley. com Small groups of four toby seven people each 44 101 Activities for Teaching Creativity and Problem Solving TLFeBOOK Materials, Supplies, and Equipment • For each group: markers, two flip charts, and masking tape for posting flip-chart sheets • For each participant: one sheet each of three different colors of sticking dots (1⁄2” diameter) and one pad of 4 x 6 Post-it® Notes Time 45 minutes Related Activities • Copy Cat [3] Procedure 1.

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