Discuss the importance of creative thinking at ‘Eat Green Design’ on August 12
Eat Green Design is a 12 day festival of sustainable design breakfasts, dinners and seminars. Tickets are still available to enjoy an amazing three-course meal (by Jared Ingersoll of Danks St Depot) in a unique, custom-built sustainable setting.
We invite you to hear Liane Rossler (Co-founder, designer and director of Dinosaur Designs), Phil Stubbs (Producer, The Environment Show) and Dave Gravina (Director of Digital Eskimo) discuss: ‘The Importance of Creative Thinking’
“With so many barriers to a sustainable future, what the world needs now is creative thinking – to get around the hurdles and inspire others to jump onboard. Three speakers will talk about their own experience in product and communication design, who and what inspires them, and the importance of creativity for GreenUps – the rapidly growing green social network they’ve helped organise in Sydney.”
When: August 12, 6pm-9pm
Cost: $110 per head
Where: Powerhouse Museum, 500 Harris Street, Ultimo
More information: Eat Green Design Website