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Given the applied nature of creativity in the arts and design, it is important to understand the conditions and practices that support it. Most research suggests that ideal conditions for creativity are often mental and emotional – involving relaxed, yet alert and focused, states of mind. This article explores the connection between mindfulness and creativity in the experiences of students in a college of arts and design, through a mindfulness teaching practice to support creative processes. Indoi:10.3846/cs.2022.13206 doaj:290e28b60b8d411d8c6f05e22bc96163 fatcat:pwc5jgnp3veohonrloqnl2p63m