Experimentation. Curiosity. Persistence.

“Creative people wake up terrified every day”

The School of Lost Arts believes that creativity is likely to be the most important attribute for this century. The problems we will all face are complex and will require novel solutions. These can only be generated by developing a clearer idea of how creativity can be nurtured and encouraged in all spheres of life.

Opening people’s minds to the active process that makes creativity possible
is vitally important.

The School of Lost Arts offers a number of opportunities for individuals and organisations to explore and engage with the practice of creativity:

The essence of creativity is the formation of large numbers of seemingly unconnected associations and the ability to review and refine them.