(Sarasota, FL – October 21) – The Florida Creativity Conference is now accepting presenter applications for its new virtual format for the 2021 Conference. The deadline for presenter applications is Dec. 1.
“Like many other people-centric organizations, going virtual is a huge reboot for us – and we are thrilled with the possibilities it is offering our presenters and planning team,” said Kitty Huesner, Conference Chair. “Participants near and far will be able to join us.”
The 2021 conference will take place over the course of two consecutive weekends and offer more than 30 sessions. Workshops will feature interactive/hands-on activities in several tracks – Business, Nonprofit, Education, Artistry and Health/Spirituality. Attendees will leave the conference with a recording of all the sessions.
“More people are looking for ways to enhance their creativity and build their creativity toolbox in our current climate,” said Huesner. “We’ll be offering a range of workshops from introductory to Train the Trainer as well as keynotes from world-class creativity trainers,” said Huesner.
Founded in 2001, the Florida Creativity Conference is the longest running conference of its kind in the state. Registrations will open in January. To request an application, email firstname.lastname@example.org. To find out more about the 2021 conference, visit flcreativity.com.
Who: The Florida Creativity Conference was founded by The Florida Creativity Alliance, a 501 C 3 nonprofit dedicated to promoting and encouraging creativity and innovation in ways which make a positive difference in people’s lives and communities.
What: The 18th Annual Florida Creative Conference will take place over two weekends, offering opportunities to explore personal creativity, acquire new problem-solving skills for home or the workplace and network with a creative community. The FCC presents numerous opportunities for attendees to experience diverse creative approaches and styles.
Who will attend: Those who study the science of creativity; those who consider themselves to be creative and those who wonder if they are; those looking to stretch in new directions personally and professionally.
When: The conference will take place online over two weekends: March 12-14 and 19-21
Where: Zoom, an online meeting provider.
Why: Creativity and creativity skills can be taught, learned, and enhanced. Particularly now, more people are seeking creative solutions to current goals challenges, and problems.
How much: $200 for general registration. $150.00 for educators. Other discounts will be available for presenters, volunteers and students.
New this year:
1. Conference will take place online.
2. Conference will take place over 2 consecutive weekends.
3. More than thirty sessions will be offered
4. All workshops will be recorded and available to attendees.
The Florida Creativity Conference is presented by the Florida Creativity Alliance, Inc. in partnership with the University of South Florida Sarasota -Manatee and Ringling School of Art and Design. The Florida Creativity Planning Team is made up of educators, creativity professionals and for-profit and nonprofit organization representatives with a shared passion for promoting the benefits of creative thinking, problem-solving, expression and education.