Spirituality’s connection to creativity
By Robin Loving Rowland
How is spirituality connected to creativity? How can we foster creativity in children in order to produce creative adults? Creativity expert Nora Cohen will answer these questions as she explores the seven developmental levels, from learning to transforming information into creative use, at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Sunday, March 16, at 10:30am at Hotel la Aldea on the Ancha de San Antonio in front of the Instituto.Unitarian Universalist Fellowship presentation “Spirituality’s Connection to Creativity” Sun, Mar 16, 10:30am Hotel la Aldea Ancha de San Antonio in front of the Instituto 152-3709 Free
Included in Cohen’s presentation will be the connection between creativity and genius, showing a continuum of adaptive behaviors that occur in the creative process.
Nora Cohen is an education professor emeritus from Oregon State University. Her research has focused on gifted, talented and creative individuals, with particular focus on creative development. She has been a classroom teacher, the initiator of gifted programs for Philadelphia schools and a university instructor.
Cohen has published more than100 journal articles, books, chapters and papers. In retirement, she delights in supporting young people in San Miguel by writing children’s books in English and Spanish to benefit these local nonprofit organizations.
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