Creative Brain Week 2022 – online and in person events which explored and celebrated how brain science and creativity collide to seed new ideas in social development, technology, entrepreneurship, wellbeing and physical, mental and brain health across the life cycle. A pioneering event illustrating innovation at the intersection of arts and brain science, including creative approaches to health.

In person events took place in the Naughton Institute, Trinity College Dublin, and were fully ticketed.  Tickets were free but had to be booked in advance to guarantee your place.

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Events March 12th–16th

Saturday
12th March

Creative Brain 101

Leading figures from arts, science, social development and digital outline the territory of Creative Brain Week alongside exhibition opening.

Sunday
13th March

Business and Innovation – The Creative Brain in Action

Business and development, neuroscience and creativity, business and care. Contributors from Singapore to USA connect with Irish innovation.

Monday
14th March

Creativity with Neuroscience

Creativity is the signature capacity of the human brain. How is creative knowledge made? Where does biology become imagination? How does it nurture early years development, support late life flourishing?

Tuesday
15th March

The Creative Brain on Arts, Health & Wellness

Inspirational leaders and extraordinary practitioners explore where health care becomes art form.

Wednesday
16th March

Creativity, Neuroscience and Equity

Creative brains solve problems. Neuroscience and creativity building a better tomorrow. Extraordinary real time case studies from across the globe.

From 12th to
16th March

Creative Programme

Music, performance, visual art exhibitions, interventions and installations demonstrate the creative brain in action.

Creative Brain Week is a

Global Brain Health Institute initiative

at Trinity College Dublin

A heady mix of world-leading Neuroscientists, Educationalists, Health Policy Makers,

Artists and Innovators explore the brain and creativity.

 

 

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