Patterns of Creativity (Theodor Klostergaard - Denmark)

Just as we need to solve the known problems of today, we need to practice the underlying skills for handling the unknown problems of tomorrow. The more curious people are, the less petrified minds will run the world over the cliff. Even though unbridled curiosity has its dangers too

Creativity is not just a gift for the lucky few - it is a skill that can be practiced and improved. In this workshop we will use the art of crafting creative ads as a means to explore the mechanics of being creative. You will get a hands-on opportunity to see the elegance of patterns in problem solving. There will be laughter, dead-ends, and perhaps glimmers of inspiration.