Inaugural Exhibition at The Sorbonne 1 - Panthéon

Educating via an Exhibition

What is The Creative Process?
A travelling exhibition of interviews and portraits of writers and creative thinkers from around the world augmented by projection elements and short films made in collaboration with independent directors and participating film schools. After launching at the Sorbonne, The Creative Process is being exhibited at leading universities and selected literary museums during their important literary/humanities festivals and conferences, including Harvard's LITFest, KU Leuven's European Conference for the Humanties, University of Milan's BookCity, among others.

As a part of this international educational initiative, we invite professors, students, art historians, writers, and filmmakers from participating universities to respond creatively to featured artworks and a selection of these essays, poems, storiesshort films, and works by leading artists can be seen on our website and in the projection elements. The Creative Process is collaborating on a number of curriculum integration initiatives, inner city afterschool writing clubs, and special 4th-year courses combining film and literature with a view to inspiring imaginative inquiry and encouraging future generations of artists.

Some of the 40 participating universities: Sorbonne, UC Berkeley, MIT, Columbia, Oxford, Princeton, University of Edinburgh, University of Milan, University of Toronto, University of Salamanca, Trinity College Dublin, University of Hong Kong, McGill University, American Writers Museum, Dublin Writers Museum, University of Iowa, NYU, University of Pennsylvania, Duke University,  University of Warsaw, University of Melbourne, Łódź Film School, University of Chicago, Boston University, Indiana University, American University of Paris, University of Leuven, Antioch College, Tel Aviv University, among others.

The Creative Process features interviews with George Saunders, Joyce Carol Oates, Hilary Mantel, Paul Auster, Neil Gaiman, Viet Thanh Nguyen, Richard Ford, Junot Díaz, Jane Smiley, Tobias Wolff, Michel Faber, T.C. Boyle, Ann Beattie, Jay McInerney, Geoff Dyer, Dave Eggers, Etgar Keret, Marie Darrieussecq, and Yiyun Li, among others.
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