WCCI Lectures

The Lecture Series in Creativity and Innovation, organized by the WCCI, invites leading international experts to present the state of the art within creativity and innovation and discuss their work. The lectures are open to the public and held on a monthly basis.

The upcoming lecture will be offered by Dr. Julianna Bark, Webster University Geneva, 16th of April, 17:30 – 19:00, LLC Commons Room, on the topic ‘Who’s Afraid of the Big, Bad Art Market?‘. More details about the event and the registration link can be found here.

On the 7th of May, Prof. Alfonso Montuori from the California Institute of Integral Studies, USA, will give a lecture titled ‘Not your parents’ creativity: Complexity, transdisciplinarity, and the emerging picture of creativity‘. More details about the event and the registration link can be found here.

On the 24th of May, Prof. Giovanni Corazza from the University of Bologna, Italy, will give a public talk titled ‘Creative vs. Computational Thinking: When Surprise Becomes a Rational Necessity‘. More details about the event and the registration link can be found here.

Past events in the Lecture series include:

19th of March 2018, Participatory creativity in practice, Dr. Michael Hanchett Hanson, Teacher’s College, Columbia University, USA. More details about the event can be found here.

26th of February 2018, New discoveries and persistent ideas in creativity, Prof. Mark Runco. More details about the event can be found here.

25th of January 2018, And what if the desert bloomed again? Imagination at the heart of human and social experience, Prof. Tania Zittoun, University of Neuchatel, Switzerland. More details about the event can be found here.

26th of October 2017, Opening the black box of creativity, Dr. Vlad Glaveanu, Webster University Geneva, Switzerland. More details about the event can be found here.