Florida Creativity Conference Takes Place Next Weekend at Ringling College

Workshops and featured speakers will offer tips for creative thinking, problem solving, and innovation.

Photography by Staff March 3, 2022

The 19th annual Florida Creativity Conference will take place from March 11 –13 at Ringling College of Art and Design. More than 25  workshops will offer tips for creative thinking, problem solving, and innovation—including improv, LEGO play, yoga and virtual reality.

This year’s featured keynotes come from Tampa Bay, Disney and beyond, including Rachel Schaeffer Wolfe, Story Alchemy creator; Cherri Prince, EVP, head of growth at Seed Strategy and Victoria Finn, innovation catalyst at Disney Parks & Resorts.

New this year is the opportunity for participants to take Foundations in Creative Problem Solving (CPS), which will give them free access to the official Creative Education Foundation Foundations certification test. Foundations teaches participants in deliberate creativity tools so they can use creative thinking to solve problems and seize opportunities.

Tickets start at $125 for a student/day pass; for more information, click here.

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