Creatives Meet Business Experience
Cantina's George White will demonstrate how a design charrette can be used to pull together people to discuss ideas, explore concepts, and unlock creativity.
In this workshop, we will take a look at how a design charrette can be used to pull together people to discuss ideas, explore concepts, and unlock creativity. We’ll learn by doing, going over not only what a charrette is and how to conduct one, but actively doing exercises to explore the concepts.
Bring your imaginations, your collaborative attitudes, and your willingness to collaborate around challenges and ideas. Let’s all learn how to find co-creative and community-driven solutions!
You should attend this workshop if you want to learn a method for collaborative idea exploration.
For more information, please visit [their website](https://cmbxp.com/events/activating-group-creativity-the-design-charrette/).Register
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