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At the Intersection of Creative Intention & Oops, Something Artful Happens

Overview: In this short solo episode (ep. 126) on the Humanitou Podcast, Adam Williams stands at the intersection of creative intentions and oopses, where truth lies in the inexactitude of life. He explores the practice of listening to the intuitive and recognizing “when something artful this way comes.” Also on Apple, Spotify, Pandora, Stitcher, YouTube, Google and Read more…

"A Poem from Somewhere" by Adam Williams

A Poem From Somewhere: ‘Spark Cloaked But Burning’

Overview: In this ultra-short solo episode (ep 128), Adam Williams shares “a poem from somewhere, for whomever needs it.” For anyone who knows feelings of loneliness, anxiety and depression, this short poem, “Spark Cloaked But Burning,” is one of compassion and solidarity. Also on Apple, Spotify, Pandora, Stitcher, YouTube, Google and other players. EP 128 SHOW NOTES, Read more…

"Roosevelt's Bullet" by Adam Williams | Humanitou

Daring Greatly: Brené Brown & Teddy Roosevelt & Me (& You)

Overview: In this short solo episode (Ep. 123), Adam Williams shares about his experience with the conflicting voices in his head, including Brené Brown’s, Teddy Roosevelt’s and his imagined critics’, every time he creates as a writer, poet, artist, podcaster … whatever the creative medium. Also on Apple, Spotify, Pandora, Stitcher, YouTube, Google and other players. EP Read more…

Insecurities ready the parachute. Confidence trusts it’ll open.

Overview: In this short solo episode (Ep. 124), Adam Williams sorts out some truths of being creative, like facing insecurities with courage and cultivating confidence. He cites Dutch artist, curator and designer Erik Kessels’ book “Failed It!” and reflects on Kessels’ belief that insecurity is essential to confidence. Also on Apple, Spotify, Pandora, Stitcher, YouTube, Google and Read more…

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& What Else Art Is About

In a separate blog post, “What Art Is Really About, Trippy & True,” I wrote about a common question of the curious who asks about an artist’s work, “What does it mean?”  That blog post includes hints of where art comes from, how the meaning evolves even for the artist, Read more…

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