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The University’s Culture and Creativity Research Network is hosting a half-day symposium on the nature and value of creativity.
The Culture and Creativity Research Network (CCRN) is an interdisciplinary research group constituted of staff and postgraduate students from the University, and researchers and practitioners from Liverpool-based cultural institutions. Group members are connected by their common interest in questions concerning the nature and value of culture and creativity in social context.
Presenters from departments both within the University and from other local institutions will be sharing their understandings about applications of creativity in a variety of social contexts and from a range of disciplinary perspectives.
The symposium will take place on Wednesday 8 December between 12.30-5pm in the Rendall Building Lecture Theatre 5. All are welcome to attend.
For further information about the event or the network email Dr Nedim Hassan at firstname.lastname@example.org
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