Tag Archives: Jason Griffith

July 26

Selznick’s Secret Doorways by Jason Griffith

The neat thing about seeing Van Gogh’s paintings live and in-person is that you can clearly see the brush strokes in the texture of the paint. It only takes a little imagination to picture Van Gogh madly dashing and dabbing his way across the canvas. In June, I visited the Metropolitan Museum of Art for […]

June 11

Share Your Work: 10 Ways to Share Your Creativity and Get Discovered by Austin Kleon – Review by Jason Griffith

This past weekend, I was browsing the hipster slogans on the notebooks at Target when I came across this one.  Of course, I had to tweet my response. #Shakespeare also never drove a car, flushed a toilet, wrote by electric light, and he only bathed a few times a year pic.twitter.com/PfBHa5pOhJ — Jason Griffith (@JGriff_Teach) […]

Steal Like an Artist by Austin Kleon- Retro Review & Top Ten by Jason Griffith

Dear creative students, Austin Kleon has some advice for you: “The classroom is a wonderful, if artificial, place: your professor gets paid to pay attention to your ideas, and your classmates are paying to pay attention to your ideas.  Never again in your life will you have such a captive audience.” While Kleon clearly articulates […]