Creative Exercises with History: Using History To Boost Your Creativity Premium class

Tatiana Ambrose, Creative Artist & Online Instructor

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3 Videos (10m)
    • Creative Exercises Using History To Boost Creativity Introduction

    • Six Creative Exercises Using History To Boost Creativity

    • Creativity Class Using History Conclusion


About This Class

Are you creatively stuck? Do you want more creative inspiration? Do you want to know how to use history to boost your creativity?

In this creativity class using history you will learn all of the above! History doesn't have to be boring and in this creative history class you will be using different aspects from history that you like and find interesting so that you can really maximize your creativity. 

Sometimes with creativity you have to keep in perspective that creative motivation is not only about futuristic thinking, it is also about using the past, your history, to increase your creativity.

This creativity class provides six creative exercises using history that you can start on today. Each history exercise will have a different result for each creative person because every creative exercise is open ended where you will have to fill in the blanks with what you like and remember from history.

Remember creativity is all around you: in the history, the present and future. Enroll in this class today to get started!





Tatiana Ambrose

Creative Artist & Online Instructor


Are you creative and still haven't published your first Skillshare class? Enroll here and let me help you!

My name is Tatiana Ambrose, and my world revolves around creativity and creative thought. I have a BFA degree in Creative Writing and find myself drawn to the questions most creative enthusiasts are drawn to: how to generate new ideas, and how to stand out from the crowd as I do it.

For ten years, I have contemplated these two questions, almost exclusively, during my creative work (academic work as well as personal). My creativity expresses itself through still life drawing with various art media, paper art, painting, acrylic, rock art, ceramics, sewing, jewelry, pastels and multimedia work. Abstract art has always been my favorite; it is through that medium that my creativity can really soar.

In 2009 I began a YouTube channel focusing on upcycling pop tabs and creating tutorials encouraging others to follow along. These videos are still some of the most popular videos on my channel with almost 5 million total views. [Check Out My YouTube Channel Here]

My channel has evolved from crafts to now focus more on me and my lifestyle, with the occasional videos of my two dogs, Ares and Athena. I have worked professionally with dogs since I was a teenager and have experience in dog training, dog grooming and in the veterinary field. My passion for dogs is a close second to my love of creativity.

Yet just as my channel has evolved, so has my thinking about creativity. I now see it as a way to give life to anything I encounter as struggling to be beautiful, exciting, or different from the crowd. Creativity has a use in our everyday lives, if we just relax and allow our thoughts to escape the box we try to force them into.

Your journey of creativity is individual to you, and I hope I get to know you through that journey, regardless of where it takes you or how you choose to use it.