Nick Bryan-Kinns, Mark D. Gross, Hilary Johnson, Jack Ox, Ron Wakkary (Eds.):
Proceedings of the 7th Conference on Creativity & Cognition, Berkeley, California, USA, October 26-30, 2009.
ACM 2009, ISBN 978-1-60558-865-0
: Using the creative process to map n dimensions: quantum information at your fingertips.
: One person's everyday creativity is another's extraordinary insight.
Inclusion & identity
D. Fox Harrell
: Computational and cognitive infrastructures of stigma: empowering identity in social computing and gaming.
Christopher A. Le Dantec
: Situated design: toward an understanding of design through social creation and cultural cognition.
Craft & art I
Theory, metrics, methods & tools I
, Peter Johnson
: Understanding productive, structural and longitudinal interactions in the design of tools for creative activities.
Craft & art II
: Hand e-craft: an investigation into hand use in digital creative practice.
Daniel C. Howe
: RiTa: creativity support for computational literature.
Culture & context
Amy F. Ogata
: Cultivating and commodifying everyday creativity in postwar american childhood.
Carly J. Lassig
: Promoting creativity in education -- from policy to practice: an australian perspective.
: Dialogue through design: visual communication across the cultural divide.
Theory, metrics, methods & tools II
Graduate student symposium
Andrea M. Goncher
: Creativity under constraints: the affect of problem space on design learning among engineering students.
: Assimilate.net: creativity support for situated collaborative storytelling.
: Flexible environment and creativity: a preliminary case study of interdisciplinary student design teams.
: Student engineers learning to become designers.
Carly J. Lassig
: Adolescents' conceptions and experiences of creativity.
: Learning about creativity from an artificial artist.
Amy K. Scatliff
: Exploring illuminative systems in informal networks of adults.
: Remixing realities: distributed studios for collaborative creativity.
Alexandre R. J. François
: Class-wide projects: fostering collaboration and creativity in computer science courses.
Jee Yeon Hwang
: MobileAct: applying mobile design and kinetic art to an interactive visualization tool.
: The one-week curious 'hood: creative inhabitation as a mode of urban revitalization.
Kyle E. Jennings
: Early results with faceted classification of "alternate uses" test responses.
: A sub-symbolic model of the cognitive processes of re-representation and insight.
: The creative footprint: the impact of physical space on workplace creativity.
: In translation: a visualization of language.
Invited art pieces
Juried art exhibition
Angela E. Brown
, Joseph Alter
: Where i come from...: an art exhibition highlighting how digital tools are helping at-risk youth make meaning of their world.
: Material inspiration: the practice-led research of a craft artist.
: Uberobjects: père Ubu installation.
Matthew G. Hebert
: Vehicle #3: heliotropic furniture - an autonomous installation.
Invited live performances
Juried live performances
Jay S. Silver
: Nature as interface: MacGyver'ing and Martha-Stewart'ing interactivity with trees, pencils, grandpa, even the kitchen sink.
: Ghost scraper: urban sonic activation on wheels.