The world’s longest running creativity conference, the 62nd annual Creative Problem Solving Institute, returns June 14 to 19 to the University at Buffalo North Campus in Amherst. Nearly 500 people from around the globe are expected to attend.
Last year the conference offered more than 80 workshops that engaged people from 27 countries in activities to improve their creative and innovative skills. Registration and sponsorships are available at cpsiconference.com. Student rates and one-day passes are available.
CPSI is hosted by the Creative Education Foundation, established in 1954 by advertising executive Alex Osborn, a Buffalo native who created the technique of brainstorming. The Buffalo News is the presenting media sponsor for this year’s conference.