The Art of Creative Communication for and by the Creative Minds
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The Art of Creative Communication for and by the Creative Minds

The art of creative communication can be expressed in many ways because the world could be a better place for peaceful co-habitation and understanding.

Communication can be expressed verbally, thru words, images, sounds, and even music or art.

What is creative communication

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Creative expression for communicating can be achieved using various media for ‘understanding and proper conveyance of message’.

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When communicating, every artistic expression within the channel chosen – is an attempt to bring the ‘audience’ to a diverse perspective of viewing life

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An artist communicates through his or her artworks by simply expressing both intellectual and emotional perceptions

that are often constrained by spoken or written words; and moving us into ‘another’ world for creative assimilation.

Here is how we do it

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By creating a parody of emotional and intellectual ‘images’ and ‘voicing’ through artworks, the artist puts together ideas

to illuminate a distinct way of ‘seeing’ thru objects, hence opening up new outlooks of understanding in the audience.

2)

An artist can ‘frame’ an idea and use that medium to communicate it to a large audience of viewers.

creative communication

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3)

A musical composer can simply create a musical note to produce an explicit emotional reaction from its audience,

while the overall logical idea is established by the context of the whole piece or section.

4)

A dance choreographer will communicate to others by creating particular dance movements.

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The dancer then frames the concept within the context of the whole piece or section to produce a highly persuasive logical/emotional fusion.

creative communication

Australian Ballet

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What about a potter? He or she would form a shape with clay and then coat the piece to bring out detailed ideas that he or she would want to express.

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The visual artist would pick a subject and then create it to become a ‘whole concept’ – comprising of several smaller parts that,

like the musician, prompts particular emotional responses in collocation of color, shape or content.

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And then the photographer can be seen as truly a ‘communicator’ of life. The photographer just as a visual artist

  • views life as it develops and focuses our attention to see diverse perspective than what it is on the surface.

With this ‘creative’ perspective, an artist helps to lead us to see something that is within an event

creative communication

Front Row Foto

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Writers on the other hand achieve same thing by creating a ‘vantage point’ – where readers can digest and observe unfolding events within written words.

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The general context is the frame for the message for which the composer is trying to express.

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Effective communication and understanding ‘unfolds’ as an audience realizes the message within the greater context of the events that is to be communicated!

Whichever medium is used – whether its sounds, words, visual images, and more –

the idea is to creatively create feelings and thoughts, and convey ideas that the audience can easily understand and relate to.

The whole concept is to inform and open the audience’s mind and perspective – to seeing the world in a better light than before.

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