The Reich chapter, by contrast, draws us away from individual heroic figures towards collective creativity.
These revolve around thematic studies, or might simply be songs, skits, or dances that develop from students' collective creativity.
But it is not the experiment in freewheeling collective creativity it might seem to be, because maintaining so much openness inevitably involves some tradeoffs.
This Pilobolus piece, like all of the modern performance company's work over the last 42 years, was borne out of its proven method of collective creativity.
She comments about her own work that "we are all taking from a collective creativity."
It also takes advantage of the collective creativity of visiting professionals and researchers.
Yoruba dancers and drummers, for instance, express communal desires, values, and collective creativity.
Emphasizing individual talent, Yoruba dancers and drummers, for example, express communal desires, values, and collective creativity.
Selling the crowd-pleasing notion of collective creativity.
Still, as Scafidi also points out, the law is much more geared to protecting individual (and corporate) property than "collective creativity."