June 11, 2021
Peter M. Krask, the “Project Whisperer” shares his love of the creative process and nurturing creative artists by introducing us to The Creativity Guide. We cover the necessity of artistic expression, ways to work through creative blocks and stuck points, and discuss ways to view creative feedback.
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PETER M. KRASK is an artist based in New York City whose practice is concentrated in photography and writing. Krask has studied at the International Center of Photography and worked privately with photographer Carol Dragon. His non-fiction essay, The Question I Asked Him, opens the anthology The Man I Might Become and his memoir, The Way the Stars Come Home, was included in the anthology Wrestling with the Angel. He has written features and criticism for The Baltimore Sun, The City Paper, and The Boston Phoenix.
Krask is the librettist of the opera With Blood, With Ink, which received its acclaimed professional premiere at the Fort Worth Opera Festival, and has been twice featured on New York City Opera’s VOX festival, and produced by universities around the country.
Peter holds a Master’s Degree in Critical Studies from the Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University.
Krask is the Founder and Creative Director of The Creativity Guide which was launched in 2019. He is returning as a Dedicated Mentor at the New Museum in New York City for their New Inc. Program. A frequent podcast guest, he has recently been heard discussing creative entrepreneurship on Queer Money and the intersections of LGBT spirituality and creativity as they connect with questions of personal and communal desire on The Forbidden Apple.
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