Creative Bridges Conference 2021
Writing, poetry, activism, research and more is on offer at the Creative Bridges Conference 2021, organised by Lapidus International.
This two day conference on 18th & 19th September, brought to you by Lapidus International offers a host of inspirational speakers and presenters. Bringing together both theory and practice of writing for wellbeing, whilst exploring and expanding ideas with experiential workshops.
Creative Bridges will showcase relevant research and practice, assess the current picture of the international field and find inspiring and robust ways to bring CWTP research and practice to our diverse communities across the globe.
‘Call for Papers’
Lapidus welcome your submissions for paper presentations, workshops, panels, open mic session as well as informal chat sessions. For details click HERE.
This conference welcomes everyone with an interest in writing and using words to promote wellbeing, whether for personal development and healing, or working with others, individuals, families or communities. It welcomes creative practitioners and expressive artists from a range of different fields – writers, health workers, counsellors, therapists, teachers and more. This conference is an ideal forum to present masters or doctoral research, or run a workshop showcasing creative, innovative practice: writing with refugees, using poetry with the elderly or creating rap with young people, or new ways of engaging with stories and poems, to foster connection, creativity, promote communication, physical and emotional health, and enjoyment.
Tickets are now on sale HERE
Lapidus International brings together the varied experiences of researchers, practitioners and participants to explore and expand the diversity of Creative Writing for Therapeutic Purposes (CWTP) and writing for wellbeing, drawing from a range of disciplines (literature, counselling & psychotherapy, neuropsychology, medicine, emotional geography, socio-spiritual approaches and more).
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