Live Encounters Magazine September 2016

“To me creativity involves three components: skills, newness and value. It is the skill of bringing about something new and valuable. Some people take the view that creativity is a gift, and that you either have it or you don’t. If you do, you develop it. If you don’t, you hire those who do and encourage them to use their skills. If creativity were only a gift, then we better all shut up and admire or hire the results of the gifted. But I believe creativity not only involves certain learnable skills that can be taught, but that you must invest all of yourself in forming and delivering anything really new and valuable. Things are not difficult to do; rather what is difficult is to put yourself into a state to do them.” – Joachim Matschoss, Playwright, Poet and Theatre-maker.

Live Encounters Magazine September 2016

Joachim Matschoss – Flightpaths For Kites: A closer look at creativity
Amber Karanikolas – Women as Humans…
Dr Bibhu Prasad Routray – An icon retires: Whither anti-AFSPA agitation?
Dr Greta Sykes – Brexit and the German Connection
Dr Howard Richards: Trump vs Clinton vs Sanders
Jill Gocher – Bali: In The Village
Mark L Chaves – Oslob, Cebu
Mark Ulyseas – My Flag is White
Mikyoung Cha – Glimpses of Melaka
Ozlem Warren – Yumurtali Pide 
Professor Peter Grabosky – The Vengeful State…

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