“Student creativity can be fostered” (American Psychological Association, Coalition for Psychology in Schools and Education, Top 20 principles from psychology for preK–12 teaching and learning, 2015, p. 14). What needs to be fostered in education as creativity is personally and contextually bound. Three keynote speakers will capture the essence of 1st Thematic Conference of the European Council for High Ability entitled Creativity Research & Innovation in Gifted Education: Social, Individual, and Educational Perspective and provide us with the personal, educational, and a broader societal perspective on creativity, and how they relate to contemporary gifted education. These perspectives will guide the conference participants into more complex and personally meaningful, educationally viable, and contextualised reasoning about creativity. Knowledge about creativity that will emerge at this conference can be used by researchers as well as educators of the gifted.