Creativity cannot be taught. Things like Maths and Physics to some degree can be taught but taught creativity is anything but creative. Creativity is something that bursts almost uncontrollably from a person indeed every person in some way or another whether recognised by ourselves or others or not. It is our natural expression and should be kept well away from the nabobs of creative academia (surely a failed concept) or the charlatans of critique who double as inhibitors of our own fundamental expression and only seek to subordinate it to grossly limiting ideas or to label it in attempts to pigeon hole and reduce our expression to little more than hollow multi-edited and multi-revised versions of our orignal ideas that can fit accepted genres and movements. Expression and interpretation of that expression is something which stems form everyone and within everyone and cannot be interfered with without removing all traces of creativity. To not be allowed to express creative urges, to have your creative urges interfered with or to be put in a position where your creativity cannot by expressed furthers the confusion and frustration and hence fulfilling the creative urge unfettered must be a confusionist goal.
To immolate yourself in public would be more creative than anything you are going to produce after attending courses such as creative writing classes. Indeed by subjecting oneself to for example a creative writing class will be the best way to reduce creative potential to a level lower than anything that you yourself consider horrendous art now.