Creative Block: Projects Inspired by the Jealous Curator

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The Jealous Curator is one of my favorite blogs. This winter, she published “Creative Block” which highlights the work of 50 artists and their personal solutions for getting creatively “unblocked.” In the upcoming months, normal people like you will be doing some of these creativity projects and posting their results. This could get interesting.

Jeanette Joy Harris is an artist and writer who lives in Houston, Texas. She has had solo and collaborative photography, installation, and video works shown in Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, Portland, and San Francisco. She has published work with TribTalk, Glasstire, and Illusion. With a background in philosophy and politics, Joy has also presented academic work on the concepts of public space and action, particularly in the work of Hannah Arendt and Diane Arbus.

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