The IPA 44 Club is pleased to announce its inaugural speaker for 2019.
Baroness Susan Greenfield CBE, FRCP (Hon) will be joining us to speak on the Neuroscience Behind Creativity.
Susan Greenfield is a scientist, writer, broadcaster and Cross-Bench member of the House of Lords, who has been named by Debretts as one of the top 500 influential people alive today.
She will be coming to the IPA to speak as part of the long awaited re-launch of the 44 Club programme, which re-launches on 3rd April with this event.
The evening will be framed around four key questions that will change the way you think about creativity:
• Is our creativity genetically determined?
• What happens to the brain during the creative process?
• How can we maximise the opportunities for creativity?
• How can we develop a sense of creativity?
The session will run from 6.30pm – 8pm.
Tickets cost £75 for members (£150 for non-members) which also includes a copy of Susan’s book ‘A Day in the Life of the Brain’.