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What Are Creatives?
Human Beings have been creatives since the appearance of our species. By definition, a creative is simply someone who creates. It is also someone who is expressive and demonstrates originality. Since humans are creative animals, we are all, by definition Creatives.
But the term “Creative” has clearly taken on a life of its own in modern times. So how do we define who is a “Creative?”
A Creative is someone who influences others through their art. He or she is an artist in some way. Writers, painters, musicians, and designers are all Creatives. We live in an age where Creatives are celebrated and recognized as necessary and highly influential. We are also living at a time where female creatives have a greater impact and voice than ever before.
Why Are Female Creatives So Important?
Female Creatives are especially important in this day and age because they often shed light on issues that have been otherwise neglected or outright ignored. Female Creatives often create works spotlighting human injustices, misogyny, or power imbalances. While all Creatives bring new ideas and projects to the societal table, Female Creatives often tackle underacknowledged issues in their artistic endeavors.
When people consume art, they’re inadvertently exposed to a person’s point of view. Point of View is an important part of Creative’s work. Female Creatives are bringing us art from the female point of view. They may tackle a project or issue that most people are aware of but the female perspective offers a fresh and unique angle.
The work of Female Creatives can be found across the world and throughout time in woven baskets, pottery, painting, songs and so much more. But the female point of view has certainly been more limited and underrepresented until recent times. Their creations are now part of every industry and are increasingly at the forefront of new projects.
Enjoying and supporting the works of Female Creatives is more important than ever. Society is enriched and better off when all Creatives have a voice and an outlet for their art.