In the days since Covid-19 caused us to distance and even isolate ourselves from one another, I’ve grown increasingly aware of the different fears taking hold. Some, if not most, of this fear may stem from our inability to creatively imagine the future in the midst of a present that itself feels inconceivable. These days, more than most, I am reminded of the need to build up our creative muscles if for no other reason than to help us to imagine a collective future where hope and fear are in better balance.
The connection between creativity and vision has always…
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