Five Facets Model of Creative Process
Josiah Hincks is a Focusing Trainer, now based in Italy, who has worked for many years with artists and performers helping them develop their creative processes. He wrote the ‘Five Facets Model of Creative Process’ originally in 2000 and then offered it to a group of artists and makers in a series of workshops called ‘Lark Rise to Beacon’ (Bath, UK) in 2003. The model intends to support individuals stuck in their creative process who found that this model enabled a significant shift in their working practice and outcomes. It is offered for publication in its original (draft) format with the understanding that, although the model has never been published or developed, Hincks work with artists has developed. Hincks writes that if he were to work on it again today (ten years after originally writing it) he would most probably develop and alter Outwarding. However, it is offered here as a tool for makers and as a stimulus for others wondering about the value of models for the articulation of creative process.
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Publication date: April 1, 2014
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