Free Creativity Seminars - March 2019
In recent years the UK’s Creative Industries have consistently expanded faster than any other economic sector. Last year the sector grew 7.6% to contribute almost £92bn net to GDP, around 10 million pounds an hour. One in 11 jobs now depend on the Creative Industries, and these are among the least likely to be lost to automation.
Yet what is creativity? And how can you about develop your creative competence now in order to take advantage of this trend?
In weeks 8 - 10 the Centre for Global Programmes are offering a limited number of places to York students on a mixed nationality Creativity programme. The other participants on the programme are visiting undergraduates of Tohoku University, Japan.
Six sessions over three weeks will be devoted to problem-solving exercises, thought experiments, interactive lectures and seminars on topics such as:
- The argument for investing now in your creativity
- Evaluating your current levels of creativity
- Connecting and combining ideas: the essence of creativity
- Challenging assumptions and reframing: resisting established patterns and finding new perspectives
- Paying attention: seeing the world as if for the first time
- Attitude: taking creative risks and cultivating openness
There is no course work on the programme. You only need to be free at the following times:
Wednesday 27th February - 14.30 - 16.00
Friday 1st of March - 14.15 - 15.45
Wednesday 6th March - 14.15 - 15.45
Friday 8th March - 14.15 - 15.45
Monday 11th March - 14.15 - 15.45
Wednesday 13th March - 14.15 - 15.45
On completion of the programme you will be awarded with a certificate from the Centre for Global Programmes and advice about how best to present these experiences on your CV. You will also be eligible to collect credit toward the York award.
For further details, please contact:
DEADLINE TO SIGN UP: FRIDAY 15TH OF FEBRUARY
Section A: Your Details
What is your name?
What is your first language?
What is your degree course?
What year are you currently in?
Please state below why you are interested in taking part in this programme.
Since places are limited, we will invite invitations to participate based on the quality of your response.
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