UK Creativity Researchers’ Conference 2019 comes to UCLan

To register your interest in the conference, or for further information, please contact the Conference and Events team or +44 (0)1772 892650.

Over the past three years, the UK Creativity Researchers’ Conference has fast become an important annual date for all those interested in the study of creativity. From the outset, our aim has been to unite, share skills and ideas, build productive collaborations, and ultimately boost both the national and international impact of creativity research.

As each conference has achieved a full capacity of delegates, it is advisable to register early to secure your place. The conference fee is £60 for the day and includes a working lunch and refreshments.

This one-day conference will feature keynote speaker Jonathan Plucker, Professor of Talent Development at Johns Hopkins University (Baltimore, US). Professor Plucker’s research examines creativity and intelligence, education policy, and talent development. As an eminent figure within the field of creativity research, we are delighted to have such an esteemed guest travelling from the US to our conference in the UK. His keynote is entitled “Creativity Confuses Me: Perplexing Questions About a Complex Construct”. During this talk, he will review recent developments and identify the “major unknowns” in need of additional attention. The conference will also feature selected podium presentations/papers and posters. For further information, please visit

To secure your place, complete the booking form here ;

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