Creativity is a Martial Art – How to Unlock your Own “Samurai Creativity”
Posted by Drexel University on January 29, 2018
Hot Topic #2: Creativity is a Martial Art – How to Unlock your Own “Samurai Creativity”
Date – Wednesday, February 21, 2018
Time – 12:15 PM-1:15 PM
Location – Virtual Webinar
Attendees of this webinar will be able to:
Reclaim and develop their own unique creative capacity (webinar will focus on the individual)
Learn why creativity is now the leading 21st Century literacy and survival skill everyone must develop
Discover where their own creativity lies and how to strengthen it (hint: it’s not a talent, an epiphany, a Muse or a lightbulb!)
Adjunct Faculty, School of Education
After a lifetime as a serial entrepreneur, visual artist and perpetual student of all things creative, Rick is proud to be teaching “Creativity in the Workplace” to students at Drexel University where he received his Master’s in Creativity and Innovation in 2015. With a BFA in Fine Arts, a BA in Psychology from Oberlin College and studies in Modern Dance, Illustration, public speaking and Yoga, nurturing creativity is at the core of Rick’s purpose and all his business ventures. He has worked with Cirque du Soleil, Disney, and all top retailers through his Halloween novelty company, Pony Express Creations; produced theatre on Broadway and currently loves speaking, publishing and consulting on organizational and personal creativity. He is also the 2017 “Champion of Creativity” award winner of the American Creativity Association.
You can register for this webinar by signing up via the link posted here: RSVP HERE
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