Affect plays an essential role in the creative ideation of artists. This paper presents work in developing an intelligence framework for augmented environments with the aim of facilitating higher levels of creativity in arts education environments. We base our study on data collected from students at a leading US arts institution, as well as other research, that have shown a direct correlation between positive mood and high-levels of creative ideation. This paper discusses several participatory sensing methods we have employed in collecting affective information, the ongoing development of an intelligence framework, and several ways in which we are working to apply this framework in augmented art environments.
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