The similarity in variation – science and creative arts

People’s strive for something else, this continuous need for new perspectives and search for it – that’s what creativity is and it can be found everywhere.

For quite a while, when speaking about creativity there has been a bias towards focusing mainly of creative arts. As a consequence, all other professional fields have had very little attention – making it difficult for people having a non-creative-art job to be heard in a creative context.

Realizing that every possible field, whether we speak of science or creative arts or specific professional fields, have their own set of rules. They are defined from their own framework, and created so that there is always some room for adjustment and improvement. This space has quite a big impact on all of the people involved, and whenever there’s a new idea on how to make something better – that is the place where it will have to be approved, in order to be fully implemented. This often leads to one or more of the initial rules being modified, hence also modifying the overall framework.

Thus, expressing creativity is done through a broad variation of ways – it is simply necessary to acknowledge both the outcome itself but also the creativity contributing to each good such outcome. In scientific fields, having the freedom of choosing a question or hypothesis to test is that room or space, and creating the opportunity to define that question specifically is highly creative. From this choosing, to testing and researching, the whole framework for that scientific field can be changed.

People’s strive for something else, this continuous need for new perspectives and search for it – that’s what creativity is and it can be found everywhere. A doctor has more in common with a painter than he or she might think – likewise, so does a pilot and a pastry chef.

Why not invite to take all good things from everything and use creativity to make great things happen, together?

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