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Murdock Mind, Body, Spirit Series: Thinking Like a Child – What Children Can Teach Adults About Creativity

Featuring Alison Gopnik, professor of psychology and philosophy at the University of California at Berkeley, and author of The Philosophical Baby and The Scientist in the Crib. Gopnik will draw upon the study of human evolution and her research into how children learn, to show that children are designed to be messy and unpredictable, playful and imaginative, and why they’re more creative than adults.

Fee: $25. Tickets on sale Thursday, June 21 at www.aspenshowtix.com, (970) 920-5770, or in person at the Wheeler Opera House box office.

Society of Fellows may reserve complimentary tickets to this event by emailing SOF@aspeninstitute.org or calling 970.544.7980.

Parking is very limited. Please carpool, walk, ride RFTA, or ride a We-Cycle bike. Information: www.we-cycle.org or www.rfta.com, or download the Transit app.

Earlier Event: July 11
We-Cycle To Yoga