Mimi Chenfeld_9-29-10I'm going to ask some creative people what they do to stay creative.

And I'm going to try to capture it on camera.

And — if I can work all this technology — I'm going to show you what they say.

Let's Start With Mim
Mimi Brodskey Chenfeld has encouraged the creative spirit in tens of thousands of children (and their teachers and parents). Her books are true guides for all of us.

Mim has a buoyant, contagious effervescence. She is 100% encouragement.

That encouragement is founded on deep and long experience. Beloved Mim has seen thousands and thousands of people — face to face with her — turn on that light bulb. She's a creativity midwife.

We sat for a little ice cream yesterday afternoon in the beautiful weather.  


Mim Meant To Use The F-word
Right after I turned the camera off, Mim said, "Oh, I forgot to use the f-word: fun. That's important, too. Very."

Interested in growing your creativity?
Come to Creativity In Your Life at the Columbus Museum of Art.

It's two weeks from today and already half sold-out. Don't wait.