If you’re thinking about graduate study in creativity, Goldsmiths is now accepting applications for its innovative MSc program in Psychology of the Arts, Neuroaesthetics and Creativity. You can find all the facts on their webpage.
Author: Paul Silvia
UK Creativity Conference: Call for Papers
Should you find yourself in the UK, you should attend the upcoming UK Psychology of Creativity Conference. The event is May 22, 2018, in Canterbury, England. If you’d like to submit work, the deadline is […]
Opportunities for graduate study in creativity at Drexel University
If you’re thinking about going to grad school to study creativity, you might have a look at some programs offered at Drexel University. They offer a PhD in education, with a concentration in Creativity and […]
APA 2018 in San Francisco is coming soon!
Interested in submitting work to present as part of Division 10’s programming at APA in 2018? Stay tuned here (and on our e-mail listserv) for more details as we get closer to the event. The […]
Collaboration Between Artists and Scientists
Interested in ideas about how artists and scientists can work together? Have a look at this fascinating piece in SCIART Magazine: Perspectives on Art-Science Collaboration
“Are Smart People Creative?” by K.H. Kim
(Note. This essay is an excerpt from Chapter 1 of The Creativity Challenge: How We Can Recapture American Innovation, and all the references are found in the book. It appeared previously in Division 10’s online […]
APA 2017 in DC: A View From the Roof
As always, Division 10 developed an excellent program of talks and posters at the annual convention of the American Psychological Association. And yes, we art and creativity types can be a bit dramatic. There was […]