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Jonathan Milne is managing director and founder of The Learning Connexion (TLC), New Zealands largest tertiary arts provider. He believes that the processes of creativity are teachable and that creativity is transferable from one field, such as art, to another, such as science.
He has always wanted to de-mystify creativity and his book, GO! The Art of Change reveals many of the core practices that make creativity accessible to anyone.
Jonathan is a renaissance-style generalist with skills that start with art and extend into many fields. He is a writer, artist, photographer, educator, businessman, philosopher, philanthropist and cartoonist who is also intensely interested in science, mathematics and social change.
He lives with his wife Alice near a beautiful beach north of Wellington.Review:
This is a wonderful book containing excellent information, while the layout and images make it visually stunning. Readers will gain great benefits from Go! The Art of Change and have true enjoyment while they learn. --Tobi Zausner PhD, author of When Walls Become Doorways
Go! is a wondrous achievement: a whole-brain guide to nurturing the creative person who resides in all of us. Disguised as a visual art curriculum, Go! actually models best practices for the teaching of creativity in any discipline. Its stunning examples and surprising lessons provide an inspired roadmap for anyone ready to explore new territories of the imagination, whether in work, play or life. --Robert & Michele Root-Bernstein, authors of Sparks of Genius, The Thirteen Thinking Tools of the World's Most Creative People
Go! is packed with wonderful ideas and exercises that reflect Jonathan Milne's unique teaching style. This lively personal journey offers deeply important insights into the creative process. --Steven Pritzker PhD, director, Masters of Psychology with an Emphasis on Creativity Studies Program, Saybrook Graduate School and Research Center
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