Explore the creative process with designer Andrew Levitt as he presents on Tuesday, July 17, 2018 in the Madonna Lounge.
Listening to the Creative Voice offers a glimpse into the unique world of the creative process. Combining stories from his teaching experience with examples and insights as a designer, Andrew Levitt offers an exploration into the rich and often turbulent world of the creative process.
He highlights the importance of active listening and the essential role of empathy in solving problems and overcoming obstacles, revealing how the creative process can serve as a vehicle for personal growth and reflection. This presentation outlines the tools and key factors that help us to tune into our creative process.
Listening to Your Creative Voice Presentation
- When: Tuesday, July 17, 2018 at 10 AM - 12 PM
- Location: Madonna Hall, Madonna Lounge
- Cost: Free
Andrew Levitt completed his undergraduate studies in Architecture at the Architectural Association in London and has a Masters Degree in Counseling Psychology from Chestnut Hill College in Philadelphia. After working as both an architect and Jungian orientated psychotherapist Andrew joined the University of Waterloo School of Architecture where he teaches in both the graduate and undergraduate design studios. He is the author of The Inner Studio – A Designers Guide to the Resources of the Psyche published by Riverside Architectural Press in 2006.
Andrew has taught, lectured and presented seminars at universities and conferences in Canada, the United States and Europe. His most recent book, Listening to Design, A guide to the creative process, will be published by Reaktion Books in the spring of 2018. The book is a journey into the profound way compassion empowers creativity and expands our capacity to solve problems. Andrew lives with his wife in Toronto.
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