On February 25th Oklahoma entrepreneur and engineer Ted Davis opened his manufacturing facility and automobile museum to Creative Oklahoma's Board of Directors.
The Oklahoma Creative Communities Project is designed to facilitate creative problem solving in your community to improve life quality and the local economy by generating new ideas that did not before exist. Additionally, Creative Oklahoma will offer a leadership training retreat and connect the designated communities with an array of resources to help build creative
Internet-based changes are deeply affecting nearly every aspect of human existence. NextThought's Ken Parker explores how the internet's most power feature makes us more creative.
Creative Oklahoma, the first nonprofit organization in the United States to develop a statewide strategic framework for advancing creativity and innovation in the cross-sectors of education, commerce, and culture invites your partnership with this extraordinary network! Join us at the Creativity World Forum March 31st, 2015 at the Civic Center Music Hall in Oklahoma City.
"ReCreating America: Creativity and Learning" explores the importance of creativity in education: how can parents and teachers assist the creative growth of children, and what do they often do to stifle it? “When we’re six or seven years old,” Picasso once said in old age, “we’re all artists. It’s what happens in school and at
Partnering with InCA Productions, OETA and NETA, this is the second film in a series of documentaries exploring creativity in America: Reinventing Yourself was produced and aired nationally in 2012. This one-hour film focused on individuals who decided to start life all over again in middle-age – re-shaping their work, their sense of purpose, their