November 27-29, 2013 join Creative Innovation in Australia: "The place to learn from world-changing innovators, futurists, inspired thinkers and curious souls gathered together in an interactive community. A place to imagine the future. We invite you to attend our Conferences, Master Classes, Deep Conversations, performances and other special events. Discover strategies and techniques for creative leadership and innovation." Click here for more information.
1.) "If the 1% stifles New York's creative talent, I'm out of here" by David Byrne: Click here for article: "I'm writing this in Venice, Italy. This city is a pleasantly confusing maze, once an island of fortresses, and now a city of tourists, culture (biennales galore) and crumbling relics. Venice used to be the most powerful city in Europe – a military, mercantile and cultural leader. Sort of like New York."
1.) California Arts Council: The California Arts Council provides a list of videos that spark creativity. Check them out here.
2.) TED's playlist: TED's playlist is called "The Artist is in."Artists and designers share their work, their process and their vision in these deeply personal -- and often hilarious -- talks. Check them out here.
BMC Psychology is an open access, peer-reviewed journal that considers manuscripts on all aspects of psychology, human behavior and the mind, including developmental, clinical, cognitive, experimental, social, evolutionary and educational psychology, as well as personality and individual differences. The journal welcomes quantitative and qualitative research methods, including animal studies. Click here for more information.
To honor R.D. Laing’s rightful place in the history of psychology, scholars from around the world are gathering in New York in October 2013 to remember R. D. Laing on the 25th anniversary of his death.
Saybrook is a proud sponsor of “R. D. Laing in the 21st Century: A Weekend Symposium,” to be held October 25-27. The conference will feature a remarkable array of speakers and programs, including presentations by Saybrook faculty:
Stanley Krippner may be one of the most celebrated psychologists of the 21st century. He certainly doesn’t lack for awards.
Saybrook University is proud to announce that the second edition of the Encyclopedia of Creativity has been selected as an “Outstanding academic Title” by the American Library Association.
The selection was made by “Choice,” an ALA publication that serves as a resource to those in higher education. Less than 10 percent of the over 7,000 works considered are given this distinction.
Widely seen as the outstanding sourcebook for specialized information about creativity in all its aspects, The Encyclopedia of Creativity, now in its second edition, is edited by Dr. Mark Runco and Dr. Steven Pritzker, both internationally recognized experts in the study of creativity. Dr. Pritzker also serves as the Director of the Creativity Studies program at Saybrook University, perhaps the premier program in the field.
Diana Rivera is a third year student in the Masters to Ph.D Creativity Studies program at Saybrook University. She is currently working on her Master's Thesis.
Tell us a little about your background.
I am a performing artist with extensive training and professional experience in acting, writing and producing for theatre. I wrote and produced shows while I lived in San Francisco. I also use to produce visual art and entertainments events (film festivals, award programs, exhibits). At this point, I do a lot of creative writing--children’s stories, scripts for TV and film concepts that I may or may not produce in the future. I love to create collage art. Professionally, I also provide professional development coaching to creative professionals.
What made you decide to apply to the Creativity Studies program at Saybrook University?