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Make a list of the people that inspire us most.

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Are you up for a creative challenge?
Who would you most like to work with?

Who are the people that have inspired you most? Make a list of all the people that have inspired you and keep it in your journal.

art + power wants everyone to be able to fulfil their creative potential. We are building a network of people that support each other to be positive and to learn from our experience.

Creative Challenges help us all build our capabilities and use our communities as creative resources to explore, create and share together.

Completing this challenge can help you find out what you want to do, create your own journal and build you capability in ‘inspiration’.



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  • David Richmond

    When we did this before lots of people said they'd 'Do it' on but I wish they had shared who inspired them.

    Of course the point of this challenge is to help you build your own capabilities, but I've found the best way to do this is to provide opportunities and inspiration for others - that way everyone benefits!

    When people tell me their inspirations I almost always look them up, it can take you on a journey into unexpected places and you almost always learn something new.

    I appreciate it's not easy to share particularly if you're the first, although if you are first you get to choose. So I'm going to choose Plato. Not least because I like this quote:

    "But where amongst all this is justice, Ariston, tell me where - now that our city has been made habitable, light a candle and search, and get your brother, Polemarchus and the rest of your friends to help, and let us see if we can discover justice, and where is injustice and in what they differ from one another, and which of them the man who would be happy should have for his portion whether seen or unseen by Gods or men"