You are invited to a very special
Wilkinson College of Humanities and Social Sciences
INTERSTICES: An Exploration in Creativity
, an interactive forum allowing practical and personal engagement with creativity, on Wednesday, April 23, 2014 at 4 p.m. – 6:50 p.m. in Beckman Hall, Room 404.
Creativity is more than the process of creating. It is about problem solving, risk taking, letting go of old patterns and set ways of doing things. It is about exploring different possibilities. Creativity manifests differently individual to individual; recognizing when and how you are being creative is part of the challenge. By nature people are creative; learning to identify our unique expressions of creativity can be a lifelong journey in constant motion.
Interstices is a workshop for everyone. The only necessity is that participant’s share curiosity in the creative process. Interstices will explore how we solve problems through creativity; how we can build strategies to recognize and cultivate creative processes; and how important space is to the creative act. Being creative can come easy to some, but being effective in creativity requires taking risks and be open to a fresh way of doing things.
Fore more information about the panel and what to expect at this workshop, please visit the event website or contact Taryn Stroop at firstname.lastname@example.org.