Creativity Moves TV

Inspiring Interviews with Innovative Leaders

on Creativity, Causes, and Achieving Success

Creativity Moves TV features online interviews with creative changemakers, community builders, business leaders, cause advocates, researchers, artists, and innovators who are using creativity to give back, do well, and inspire their communities.

The purpose of the show is to inspire our audience with insightful stories, lessons learned, and new models that can be applied to help launch and grow creative programs that are making a difference.

Featured Episodes:

Katie Gonzalez

Founder of linenlaid&felt handmade books

A professional book artist shares her story of how she learned to harness the power of her artistic and entrepreneurial talents to empower a local non-profit social enterprise, Thistle Farms. Her experience offers lessons that any creative artist, student, and professional can follow to make a difference in their community.

Tasha French Lemley

Co-Founder of The Contributor

Listen to the story of how Nashville's street paper grew from a simple "hello" into a social enterprise that creates 400 jobs for Nashville's homeless community. Tasha French Lemley describe how her background in graphic design and photography sparked a movement that changes lives of both the paper's vendors, and it's customers. Click here to learn more about the paper, and donate to support it's mission.

Watch the video above to learn more about the vision of Creativity Moves and the recent Creativity Moves Nashville 2013 Conference.

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Suggest a Guest!

Do you know someone (including yourself) that would make a great guest on the show? Email ideas and suggestions to or call 888-4000-226.

In addition to the great variety of guests throughout the year, the show features several recurring segments on the following topics:

  • Creative Social Responsibility for Corporate Culture and Events
  • Performing Arts Centers & Connecting the Community
  • Arts & Healthcare