Matt Vogl The Spectrum of Mental Health
Lwando Xaso Spectrum
Moe Shore The Making Of "A Most Unusual Camera"
Tania Lasanta La luminiscencia del talento
Melissa Armstrong-Brine How Do We Talk About Autism?
Hana Walker-Brown, Abadesi Osunsade Sam Lee, Dr Mandana Seyfeddinipur A spectrum of perspectives on Covid's impact on creativity
Liz Williams & Al Murray Spectrum of Truth and Hope
Zoyander Street There are millions of ways to be a person.
Micah Dalton Spectrum
Hannah Cattarin The Fralin Museum of Art
Steven Käser on SPECTRUM
Lucy Gross Educator & Gallery Curator
Joshua Iosefo Odd Family
Jeff Beck Encouragement for creators
Frankie Zombie Spectrum
Joshua Iosefo Odd Family
Karen Patterson Karen Patterson | Opposite Ends of the Spectrum: Where Canada and China differ on Human Rights
Marco Pronovost Marco Pronovost
Gyor Moore You can change the world through creativity
Kyle Steury The environment of behavior.
Petra Doutel-Vaz Can new parents still have creative dreams?
PAUL TAYLOR Food is a fundamental human right
Cole Williams Cole Williams sings on Spectrum
Upasana Gala Unlock the potential of your brain
Tara Connolly & Christine Jenkins Unlearning Unwritten Social Rules
Allyson Sutton Spectrum - CreativeMornings Charleston
Marissa Whitley Tago Spectrum
Jood Alharthi The power of inclusivity in social cohesion.
Patrik Rolf Patrik Rolf on "The Spectrum of Choice"
Inés Bebea Espectro
Michael Nolan Fun with the Color Spectrum with Michael Nolan
Geof Rochester and Ramel Bradley of AppHarvest Q&A
Geof Rochester and Ramel Bradley of AppHarvest Reinventing Agriculture
Sara Antunes O Espectro da Sara Antunes
Tayfun Yilmaz Is it possible to talk without talking?
Дэвид Дюссо Spectrum
Yvonne Osei SPECTRUM: Comprehensive, Inclusive, Balanced.
Paul Farber Paul Farber - Spectrum
aliza carpio Creating a continuum
Mohammed Al-Kindi Spectrum
Keith Rodger What’s the Frequency, Kethro?
Jessica Sanchez Jessica Sanchez
Wade Davis Give Your Destiny Time to Find You.
I wondered if belonging was possible outside of my own tribe
Sometimes the best thing that one can do for another is to know each other's hopes. If we know each other's hopes, that gives us a chance to create that as a reality.
This is not a binary experience. We construct a performance that is as real or as fake as we need it to be.
Why make a sword so big? Why is this one sword made of water? And is this weirdness, actually, kind of really normal if you see it in the right context?
I was then and kind of still am a total dilettante when it comes to coding and electronics.
So, if you’re a museum and you have something to teach me, why can’t you use display to do that? To just, like, smush that knowledge directly into my face?
When you're outside and/or thinking about public space, and you invite other people to be a part of that process, there are always built-in moments to both dive in and take a step back.
Every day I wake up and the first thing on my mind is, ‘How do I create something that people are going to love? What sounds am I going to use?
Nature loves courage.
Creativity is not an abstract thing. It’s not the motivation for action, it’s the consequence of action. You can’t be creative if you don’t ‘do.’ And what you need to ‘do’ is whatever you think needs to be done. Only then ask whether it was possible or permissible.
If you put yourself in the ways of opportunities, where there is no choice but success, you'll suddenly find yourself capable of achieving things that were beyond your imaginings a few short months before.
Life is neither linear nor predictable. A career is something that grows organically step by step, choice by choice. Nothing is beneath you unless you make it so. Nothing is a waste of time unless you see it that way.