About the Journal

Creativity Studies publishes original research on communication within the creative society, survey articles and conference reports. More information ...

Current Issue

Journal uses continuous publication model. Current issue is in progress

Published: 2021-01-11


Exploring creativity through artists’ reflections

Ryan Daniel
Abstract 581 | PDF Downloads 376

Page 1-17

Cultural heritage of a poster: communicative and creative experience

Svitlana Valeriivna Pryshchenko
Abstract 331 | PDF Downloads 215

Page 18-33

Modelling the ways to increase the creativity of psychology students as a basic factor in professional development

Myroslav Kryshtanovych, Valentyna Bilyk, Solomiia Hanushchyn, Inesa Sheremet, Kateryna Vasylenko
Abstract 197 | PDF Downloads 120

Page 34-50

Elementary students’ creative thinking skills in science in the Maluku Islands, Indonesia

Marleny Leasa, John Rafafy Batlolona, Melvie Talakua
Abstract 162 | PDF Downloads 131

Page 74-89

Recreating Hamlet: creativity of Vishal Bhardwaj in Haider

K. S. Shahanaaz Kowsar, Sangeeta Mukherjee
Abstract 147 | PDF Downloads 131

Page 90-98

The challenges in identification of artists-managers: consequences for creativity

Michał Szostak, Łukasz Sułkowski
Abstract 175 | PDF Downloads 100

Page 112-124

Being an innovative and creative teacher: passion-driven professional duty

Vilma Žydžiūnaitė, Ander Arce
Abstract 201 | PDF Downloads 95

Page 125-144

Fashion industry professionals’ viewpoints on creativity at work

Sigita Bukantaitė, Živilė Sederevičiūtė-Pačiauskienė
Abstract 85 | PDF Downloads 53

Page 145-159

Page 160-174

What are ideas made of? On the socio-materiality of creative processes

Seweryn Rudnicki
Abstract 93 | PDF Downloads 61

Page 187-196

Page 218-234

The place of intelligentsia in socio-economic development of society: the creative perspective

Elena K. Tabeikyna, Galina T. Kamalova, Elnur L. Hasanov, Kulyash V. Dzhumagaliyeva, Nurgul K. Demeuova
Abstract 137 | PDF Downloads 42

Page 235-250

After seven years of partnership with Taylor & Francis in co-publishing of Creativity Studies, we are proud to announce that from 2018 Creativity Studies will be published by VGTU Press as an Open Access journal. All future articles will be published under a CC-BY 4.0 licence. All published papers are expected to be uploaded into the new journal system by the end of 2018 and will be accessible under the same CC-BY 4.0 licence. In the meantime you can find the journal archive on the Taylor & Francis platform http://www.tandfonline.com/loi/tlim22

Currently, we are still in the process of improving our new journal system by uploading archives, and implementing tools to make the publishing process more effective. Such major changes require a lot of work and the VGTU Press team is dedicated to do their best through the transition period. Therefore, we appreciate your patience during this period, and we would be grateful for any feedback that will help improve the new system - to send your comments please e-mail eleidyba@vgtu.lt

We are confident that publishing the journal Open Access will increase its impact and reach, and we encourage all authors to submit their papers to Creativity Studies.