How can we stimulate and nurture creative ideas ?
How can we develop or re-orientate collective leadership?
How can we feed our audience's curiosity?
What if creativity wasn't just reserved for artists but was open to everyone?
What if a driving force of creativity was found in our ability to exploit our core intangible heritage?
Welcome to the SPEED-MYTH workshops !
They follow game-like logic, playfully encouraging the creation of content by rearranging building-blocks of existing content, they're enjoyable.
They stimulate diversity and understanding of different points of view, they're exploratory.
They take the participants to a journey through the history of arts and culture, no matter what knowledge or understanding team members have, they're accessible.
They lead to a concrete proposal, created from the team ideas, they're practical.
SPEED-MYTH workshops are enjoyable, exploratory, accessible, practical.
© Bartholot, Museo, 2013
© Faust de Goethe, traduit par Gérard de Nerval, illustré par Eugène Delacroix, Editions Diane de Selliers
"It has always been the prime function of mythology and rite to supply the symbols that carry the human spirit forward, in counteraction to those that tend to tie it back."
Joseph Campbell, The Hero With a Thousand Faces, Princeton university press, 2004