PLEASE HELP US COMPILE A LIST OF ARTISTS & CREATIVE THINKERS YOU WOULD LIKE INCLUDED IN THE CREATIVE PROCESS EXHIBITION
at your university/traveling to participating universities
Our goal is to provide a platform which empowers, engages, and inspires imaginative inquiry.
Help us expand the exhibition’s footprint and deepen discussions by including some of the best creative talent in your university and region. We very much welcome your participation in this process and would love to include local artists, filmmakers, writers, and creative thinkers in the humanities and STEM fields.
Thank you for your proactive participation in this process!
In memoriam John Berger and his groundbreaking work Ways of Seeing, we are introducing a new visual arts section to the projection elements of The Creative Process exhibition traveling to leading universities. We are inviting notable artists, curators, writers, and participating universities to suggest artworks which they feel are in conversation with certain culturally significant words.
To help us expand the international footprint of Ways of Seeing, we welcome your suggestions of artists and creative thinkers specialising in the arts.
The Creative Process is pleased to announce that we are collaborating with leading authors, film schools, and the non-profit initiative Storyvid on the creation of short films.
If you are a young filmmaker, writer, film/art student and would like to show your work in the projection elements of The Creative Process exhibitions, please send us a link(s) to where we can view your short film(s). We welcome submissions from film school faculty, students, and independent filmmakers.
We are currently engaged in a number of collaborations with universities, film and art schools. If you are enquiring on behalf of your institution, there are many ways to get involved, including hosting intensive workshops or establishing special 4th-year courses combining film and literature. Discover more >
in OTHER DISCIPLINES (cognitive science, psychology, neuroscience, physics, anthropology, persception science, AI, optics, biology, cognitive linguistics, information science, and other STEM fields)
who may wish to participate in Ancillary Interviews or Contribute Essays / Introductions