Dr. Susan Keller-Mathers, assistant professor of creative studies at SUNY/Buffalo State College, was the closing plenary speaker for the Society of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (STLHE) Conference at Ryerson University in Toronto this past June. Her topic was "Building Passion and Potential for Creative Learning and Teaching." About mid-way through her talk (move the slider bar to 37:00 and press play), she highlighted my photographic and research project on college women and creativity. It's also a great talk if you're interested in learning more about creativity from an educational perspective. And I especially enjoyed how she described her own view of creativity:
"You will find your creative path when you are in rhythm with nature and expressing your authentic self."