How to Spark Creativity with Improv
with Stefan Mumaw
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01 Class Introduction01:38
02 Overcoming Inhibition10:36
Class duration: 1h 23mSee all 8 lessons
About The Class
Break out of your Creative Rut!
Most creatives are introverts. They tend to enjoy measured interactions with chosen people, while extroverts don’t care, and find energy by being around anyone. In this class, Stefan will share exercises for improving your creativity and interactions using improv.
• How to overcome inhibition
• Creative connection
• How to generate ideas with improv
• Creative problem solving
How to Generate Ideas with Improv05:10
Improv Technique: Build23:44
Improv Technique: Riff11:58
Improv Technique: Courage10:19
Improv Technique: Absurdity16:57
Stefan Mumaw is the Director of Creative Strategy at Hint, a Kansas City creative content & experience design shop. Previously, he peddled his wares as Creative Director for Callahan Creek, The Brainyard and REIGN. He's led creative efforts on brands large and small, including Roland, Pioneer, Coca-Cola, Sony, Hurley, Tyson, Tennisset.com, Westar Energy, Elanco, Chevrolet, and Hallmark. ... read moreSee instructor's Classes
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Fascinating and succinct insights and exercises to inspire creativity within small teams. Thank you!
This a very cool class, it changed how I think about brainstorming and explains why I never liked it. This class is short but full of info, it would work for individuals but probably better for groups (or at least pairs). He gives selected exercises to illustrate the point he is trying to make and try it out. Really well laid out, easy to follow very insightful about human behaviour.
Very interesting class!!! Using improv as a way of practicing creativity.
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