Random Acts of Creativity

How many times have you gone for a walk and realized you had no recollection of what you saw along the way? How great would it be if there was a moment of creativity on that walk that made you stop, take notice, and feel inspired? Perhaps it would spark your imagination to want to create a similar experience for other people.

This is why we’re starting a new program we’re calling “Random Acts of Creativity – to spur spontaneous moments of creativity in everyday life.

Random Acts of Creativity

Random Acts of Creativity starts Wednesday, June 18 featuring Behance artists who will build creative installations in public places for all to enjoy and experience. The first Random Act will take place at our June 18th Creative Cloud event, in New York City, and additional projects can be seen in Cannes, France, Tokyo, Japan and San Jose, California all on the same day. If you are in these cities, come on by and see the creations in action (Click the city link for a map to the project). We’ll also share images and videos of these projects online, on our Random Acts of Creativity profile on Behance, which we will continue to update with future creations.

June 18th is just the beginning. We hope to see more Random Acts created by members of our community.

If you had some time, the space, and some supplies – what kind of random act would you do? Would it be big or small? It could be something beautiful or inspirational that you give to people, or you could make something in public that people could experience.

Are you starting to germinate a great idea but don’t know how to get started or have the means to do so? Share your idea with us. Simply post your ideas on Behance, Twitter, Instagram, or Google Plus using #CreateNow. We may be able to help you bring your ideas to life…

And when you create something, be sure to capture it in pictures and video and share it on social media using #CreateNow. We will curate all the projects on Behance.

Creativity can happen anywhere – it just takes a little inspiration and a lot of passion. We can’t wait to see what you create.

Comments

  1. Karen Do

    Vanity? Is there something bad about celebrating creatives and their work?