|Faculty||Arts and Design|
|Duration||4 days (12 hours)|
Do you want to find new ways to generate creative ideas and solve problems?
This intensive, workshop-based unit takes its cues directly from research into the creative process. Its aim is to introduce participants to core factors that contribute to innovation:
The program will use creative writing techniques as a basis for meeting the challenges of becoming more innovative. Previous experience of creative writing isn’t necessary – this is a chance to be creative in new ways that help you transfer processes across different aspects of life and work.
This course is open to all interested parties
Participants are expected to have an internet connection and a computer/laptop.
9.30am - 12.30pm
12 hours over 4 days
Certificate of Participation awarded on completion
Dr Owen Bullock
Lecturer in Creative Writing
Owen Bullock researches poetry and creativity, with a particular interest in the creative process. A lifelong poet, he has published ten books, has extensive editing experience and now writes principally in a hybrid critical/creative mode, producing work that evaluates ideas about creativity through both discussion and the creative works themselves. After a PhD in semiotics and poetry, he has also conducted research into collaboration and teaches creative writing for wellbeing, as well as for innovation.
Related Article: Poetry in Process
|ARB001||Bachelor of Arts (Creative Writing)|
|ARM101||Master of Arts in Creative and Cultural Futures|
More information about the Faculty of Arts and Design award courses can be found here: www.canberra.edu.au/artsdesign