Creative Practices for Visual Artists: Time, Space, Process

Kenneth Steinbach, Bethel University


Developed from interviews with more than 75 mid-career artists, Creative Practices for Visual Artists examines the methods and approaches highly successful artists use to stay creatively robust for a lifetime. Offering practical strategies and complex solutions, it also looks at the impacts of digital and social media, as well as recent changes in the educational system that can hinder the formation of a strong artistic presence


A shifting landscape -- The problem with creativity -- Time and space -- Research and embodied knowledge -- Productive interaction and conflict -- Process is the product -- Creative practices -- Participating artist biographies