LLC Commons, Webster University Geneva
Creativity is undeniably one of the buzzwords of the 21stcentury. It gained a prominent role in educational policy, business strategy, marketing campaigns, recruitment plans, political activism and beyond. And yet the question remains of what exactly we mean by creativity in all these contexts. More than this, what is the real-world impact of our definitions, theories, and practices of creativity in the life of students and teachers, in organisations, and in society at large? If creativity is the ‘force for good’ we imagine it to be, what can we learn from its application in different key domains and areas of our collective life?
This international symposium explores the real-world impact of creativity in education, organisations and society with a focus on a) how creativity is understood and practiced in these different contexts; b) what we can learn about the creative process from considering these domains; and c) how we can assess and critically reflect on the role and value of creativity in the 21stcentury. We debate these themes with the help of international experts through keynotes, paper presentations, and panel discussions.
The keynote talks are offered by:
- Dr. Maciej Karwowski, University of Wroclaw, Poland
- Dr. Ingunn Johanne Ness, University of Bergen, Norway
- Dr. Silas Harrebye, Roskilde University, Denmark
The program of the event, abstract and bios can be found here.
This international symposium is open to the general public and free of charge. If you are interested to attend, please register for the event (registration to be opened shortly).