Tuesday, May 29, 2007

Beautiful Minds Nobel Prizes exhibition - till 30 June

The Centennial Exhibition of the Nobel Prizes

"What is creativity and how can creative activity best be encouraged?"
"Which is more important to the creative process: the individual or the environment?"

"Beautiful Minds examines these questions by presenting selected Laureates and milieus from the 100-year history of the Nobel Prize. The Exhibition does not provide specific answers, but gives visitors the chance to think about these questions for themselves.

Characteristics of creativity are explored through the research of more than thirty Laureates such as physicist Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen, the work of Peace Prize Laureate Martin Luther King, and the literary works of Selma Lagerlöf..."

Where: UTS Tower Building, 1 Broadway, Ultimo

W: http://www.nobel.uts.edu.au/