TU208 - Nurturing Creativity: Inspired by Blockbuster Creators in Entertainment

Tue, May 23 | 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM | B401/B402

Supporting the learning needs of today's workforce demands creativity and innovation, but it can be difficult to produce imaginative recommendations for specific projects. Yet we all know people who seem able to consistently rise to creative challenges. Consider what Lin-Manuel Miranda achieved with the musical Hamilton, what Ed Catmull realized at Pixar, and what Twyla Tharp brought to the world of dance. Would that we could all have that kind of creative energy. So, how do they do it? In this session, we'll explore catalysts of creativity---the practices and techniques engaged by genius-level creators in the arts and by some of our own colleagues. The session has a practical side, with implementable research-based techniques; a fun side, sharing behind-the-scenes stories of ground-breaking acts of creation; and a skill-building side, with opportunity to engage in creativity-amplifying activities.

Application on the Job:
Put into practice activities and behaviors that fortify some of our most respected creative geniuses.
Develop habits of mind that can deepen your capacity for creativity and innovation.
Reference techniques for nurturing your own creativity and actions that can help you to rise out of a creative dry spell.

Type: Education Session

Tracks: Instructional Design

Learning Approaches: Experiential/Interactive Learning

Topics: Innovations in design

Target Audiences: Designer, Facilitator/Trainer

Session Services: Recorded


Lombardozzi, Catherine

Lombardozzi, Catherine

Consultant and Founder

Learning 4 Learning Professionals

Role: Speaker