Creativity and Innovation

Course summary

Faculty Arts and Design
DatesCourse closed
Duration4 days (12 hours)
Delivery Online
Fee $750


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 need for physicality, play and movement
  • The importance of experiment, especially with different points of view, as a way of enhancing understanding and empathy
  • How using novel creative approaches, including collaboration, helps us generate creative ideas and tackle problems
  • The value of other disciplines and genres, and how creativity can become a way of managing diverse tasks

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


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Course Information

Course requirements

Participants are expected to have an internet connection and a computer/laptop.

Start time

9.30am - 12.30pm

Course duration

12 hours over 4 days

Delivery modes

Online only


Certificate of Participation awarded on completion

Meet your Presenter

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

Upgrade your Qualifications

Course CodeAward
ARB001 Bachelor of Arts (Creative Writing)
ARM101Master of Arts in Creative and Cultural Futures

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