Creativity: Worlds in the Making
Posted by on December 1, 2008
The Program for Creativity and Innovation at Wake Forest University is an emerging leader among universities in that it brings creativity to the liberal arts campus as a program of study and focus for student citizens envisioning the future and faculty transforming research through new creative pathways. Through the initiatives of the Office of Entrepreneurship and Liberal Arts, the Program for Creativity and Innovation has been helping to lay the foundations of entrepreneurial studies with imagination and to build bridges to other disciplinary areas across the campus and into the larger community.
The big news is the national symposium “Creativity: Worlds in the Making” that Wake Forest will host March 18, 19, and 20, 2009. Save the dates and spread the word! A host of creative thinkers and practitioners will revalue creativity in the radically changing global environment in which we live. Harvard biochemist and social entrepreneur David Edwards will engage us w/ provocative ideas on the imperative of creativity. Pioneering performance artist and twice MacArthur “genius” award recipient, Meredith Monk, will give a centerpiece concert and keynote address. They are joined by a growing number of daring creativity leaders including Josh Frieman, an astrophysicist at Fermilab, filmmaker, poet and author Abigail Child, and one of North Carolina’s newest arts mavericks, Emil Kang, executive director of Carolina Performing Arts at Chapel Hill. In addition, we are looking forward to your voice in the mix as we engage a range of panels, papers, presentations and interactive sessions that will make this event one of the not-to-be-missed of 2009.
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