Why You Should Come to a Creativity Conference

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Creativity conferences are the only places globally where delegates, creative practitioners and facilitators come together with the deliberate intention of exposing, testing and exchanging the creative thinking and methodologies they have developed in their own professional practices. For participants, these conferences offer a safe environment to explore creative practices in action, to tap into their own gestalt and to learn in some way how creativity may inform their personal and professional worlds.

LAB-yrinth

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by Joe Miguez I have been frequently asked what got me interested in the concept of the Labyrinth (LAB). Having a background in art, I resonated with the design, which I saw for the first time in the NYT. As a child, one of the joys for my parents was to go Atlantic City. My father, who was born in …

Mindcamp and Innoversity: A beautiful beginning

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Mindcampers Hamlin Grange and Cynthia Reyes are the founders as well as two of the prime movers behind Innoversity — a not-for-profit organization based in Toronto. Through Innoversity they work to create opportunities for cultural minority, Aboriginal and disabled Canadians to actively engage with, and be reflected within, key societal sectors and institutions. Since last year we have been looking …

New Zealand in April? Why Not!

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Heads up you world travellers, Mindcamp alumnus Wayne Morris is an organizer of this year’s first-ever NZ Creativity Challenge, to take place at Taranaki, New Zealand 27-28 April 2013. A weekend in New Zealand anyone? Why not! You’ll be joined by fellow Mindcampers Tim Hurson, Franca Leeson, Joe Miguez, Alan Black, Wayne Morris, Francois Coetzee, and Tony Esteves — and …