A new event in Latvia is set to explore new meanings in business in the creative industries. Hai’s Rethinking the Paradigm of the Creative Mind will look to sharpen our understanding of what true creativity is about in this day and age, what are the roots of the distorted understanding around creativity, what are the consequences for us as creators, for our fashion business and people.
The forum, taking place in Lizari between 1-3rd June 2018, will also aim to tackle questions such as “Why do we say everything is has already been created?”, “What is the difference between marketing-driven and people-centred creativity?”, “Who are the businesses approaching this new type of creative thinking in the right way?”.
To give a wholesome view of the topic, Hai’s speaker programme will include business leaders, marketing specialists, scientists, psychologists, fashion, design and art creators. We are happy to announce our Kristina Dimitrova will also join the lineup to talk about how creative businesses can tap into the Transformation Economy.
Not forgetting the importance of reflection, exploration and mindfulness, guests and attendees are invited to take part in body practice with voice (enjoying polyphonic Lithuanian folk songs), psychological games, reflection activities (crystal sounds, nature, ancient oaks, sunset) and constellation theatre.
Rethinking the Paradigm of the Creative Mind will take place at Lizari Campus – a place combining the harmony of architecture and nature, providing guests with cosy and functional space to learn and connect with others and themselves.
Rethinking the Paradigm of the Creative Mind
Date: 1-3 June 2018
Place: Lizari Campus, Latvia
More information: Event site
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