Cultures of Creativity: Report
Cultures develop when people find ways to play, make, and share. This report describes how human cultures can be characterised by their similarities rather than their differences, and emphasises the importance of recognising playfulness and creativity to develop societies prepared to accommodate the rapid changes associated with technology and globalisation.
Examples of some of the essays included: Why play? The meaning of play in relation to creativity, which looks at the meaning of play and playing, and what it consists of; Cultures of creativity: Nurturing creative mindsets across cultures – A toolbox for teachers; Fostering creativity across cultures; Social creativity and cultures of participation: Bringing cultures of creativity alive; and many more.
Download the full report or any of the many individual esssays.