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State of Creativity

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State of Creativity

SOC 301 Relationships (27:43)

Although some people prefer to spend some or all of their time alone, human beings are naturally social creatures. Finding a mate is a normal instinct for both males and females. But identifying the right companion is often a challenge, and keeping that relationship going is an even bigger one. More often than not, the hard work of romance is fueled with a good dose of creativity as couples build their world together. The next episode of “State of Creativity” takes us on a romantic journey as couples from around the state offer an intimate look into their world of love and explain how they “make it work.” From the challenges of staying together while separated by long distances … to successfully loving together for decades … State of Creativity has some examples of how some Oklahoma couples are building life-long relationships.

Originally broadcast on July 13, 2010


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State of Creativity

SOC 301 Promo (0:31)

Although some people prefer to spend some or all of their time alone, human beings are naturally social creatures. Finding a mate is a normal instinct for both males and females. But identifying the right companion is often a challenge, and keeping that relationship going is an even bigger one. More often than not, the hard work of romance is fueled with a good dose of creativity as couples build their world together. The next episode of “State of Creativity” takes us on a romantic journey as couples from around the state offer an intimate look into their world of love and explain how they “make it work.” From the challenges of staying together while separated by long distances … to successfully loving together for decades … State of Creativity has some examples of how some Oklahoma couples are building life-long relationships.

Originally broadcast on July 13, 2010


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State of Creativity

SOC 205: Full Episode (27:45)

Things break, from glass to people. Our world is full brokenness, but it’s also filled with people trying to use creative and innovate ways to rejuvenate the pieces. Oklahoma residents have an unfortunate #1 ranking: they have the highest risk of death from heart disease of any state in the country. But there is new hope for heart patients. Clinical trials are taking place for a revolutionary heart pump right here in Oklahoma at Integris Advanced Cardiac Care Center. A team of experts, headed up by director Dr. James Long, is working with a new device called the Levacor. It represents the newest generation of ventricular assist device (VAD) technology. And Chris McGahan, along with his son Micah, is finding creative ways to forge new life into old broken glass. At Bella Forte Studio, they are molding unique pieces with recycled glass, titled “Redento Raffinatos” meaning redeemed elegance in Italian. Tune into this month’s episode of State of Creativity to see how two stories of brokenness are fused into one story of redemption and a new lease on life.

Originally broadcast on May 4, 2010


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State of Creativity

SOC 205 Web Extra: McGahan's on Teamwork (2:59)

Chris and Micah McGahan discuss the teamwork it takes to blow glass.

Originally broadcast on May 4, 2010


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State of Creativity

SOC 205 Web Extra: Heart Failure (4:28)

Dr. Doug Horstmanshof discusses heart failure.

Originally broadcast on May 4, 2010


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State of Creativity

SOC 205 Promo (0:31)

Things break, from glass to people. Our world is full brokenness, but it's also filled with people trying to use creative and innovate ways to rejuvenate the pieces. Oklahoma residents have an unfortunate #1 ranking: they have the highest risk of death from heart disease of any state in the country. But there is new hope for heart patients. Clinical trials are taking place for a revolutionary heart pump right here in Oklahoma at Integris Advanced Cardiac Care Center. A team of experts, headed up by director Dr. James Long, is working with a new device called the Levacor. It represents the newest generation of ventricular assist device (VAD) technology. And Chris McGahan, along with his son Micah, is finding creative ways to forge new life into old broken glass. At Bella Forte Studio, they are molding unique pieces with recycled glass, titled "Redento Raffinatos" meaning redeemed elegance in Italian. Tune into this month's episode of State of Creativity to see how two stories of brokenness are fused into one story of redemption and a new lease on life. Air dates: Tuesday, May 4th at 9:00 pm Wednesday, May 12th at 9:30 pm Sunday, May 23rd at 9:30 pm

Originally broadcast on May 4, 2010


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State of Creativity

Rebuilding Together OKC (Episode 204) (27:51)

It's assumed that to be creative you have to come up with an original idea, an idea that is completely out of the blue that no one has ever thought of before. As the wise Solomon said, "There's nothing new under the sun." Creativity isn't necessarily a new idea but sometimes thinking creatively consists of combining two different ideas in a way that few have ever thought to do before. For example, Rebuilding Together is an organization that provides much needed remodeling to seniors who cannot afford it by using donated materials and volunteer labor. Very creative! However, they take creativity to another level by organizing a push-car derby to raise even more awareness and financial support to their cause. Children with disabilities may face many obstacles in their lives but it's incredible to see how 30 minutes on a horse can remove those obstacles. Heritage Farms in Shawnee finds ways to get children who may be restricted in every other aspect of their lives the opportunity to be liberated by controlling a 600 pound animal. Tune in to this month's episode of State of Creativity to see two stories of organizations that do exactly that use creativity to impact their communities.

Originally broadcast on January 26, 2010


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State of Creativity

The TASK: Reintegration Issues (1:24)

Creativity is needed in every aspect of our community. From lab rooms to classrooms to boardrooms ideas make a difference. Ideas develop solutions to complicated issues and one such issue has been present in Oklahomans for over 20 years. Street Gangs. With our strategic placement on I-35 and I-40 drugs are trafficked to all four corners of our country through the boarders of Oklahoma. Drug trafficking brought the street gangs from southern California here in the 80Õs and they brought their culture with them. Violence. Robbery. Vandalism. On this edition of State of Creativity we take a look into the gangster lifestyle and discover a solution that breaks the cycle of this dangerous culture. Led by Pastor Theo Manning, the organization TASK, Teaching And Saving Kids, takes reformed gang members off the streets and uses their powerful influence and their powerful stories, to break the chain of gang violence in our communities. Men and women who once terrorized their communities are now finding support and rebuilding their communities one child at a time.

Originally broadcast on November 16, 2009


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State of Creativity

The TASK: Taiwan Higgs (5:16)

Originally broadcast on November 16, 2009


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State of Creativity

The TASK: Francisco Garcia (2:22)

Originally broadcast on November 16, 2009