Workshop with Geoff Mulgan: How can we Manifest the Collective Imagination of Communities?
|Date||May 25, 2023|
|Time||8:30 – 12:00 AM|
|Location||DDC – Danish Design Center|
Join us for an interactive session as we unravel the importance of a thriving social imagination with Geoff Mulgan.
THIS EVENT IS CURRENTLY FULLY BOOKED. You can still sign up for the waiting list in case any spots open up.
Based on his work and recent books ‘Another World is Possible: How to reignite social and political imagination’ (2022) and ‘Prophets at a Tangent: How art shapes social imagination’ (2023), we’ll explore the concept of political and social imagination, its implications for our societies, and how we might nurture the collective imagination from the soil of place-based communities.
The session will be a mix of presentation, generative workshop, and Q&A.
- Seats are limited, so sign-up is required. Sign up by May 18, 2023
- The doors open, and the coffee is served from 8.30 AM. The workshop begins at 9.00 AM.
CEO of DDC. Christian is a writer, author, speaker, and moderator. He is committed to advancing the value of design for people, organizations, strategy, governance, policy, society – and our planet.
Sir Geoff Mulgan
Professor of Collective Intelligence, Public Policy, and Social Innovation at University College London. Formerly CEO at Nesta and held Government Roles, including as the Prime Minister's Strategy Unit Director and Downing Street's Head of Policy. Founded multiple organizations and is author of several books.
Oskar Stokholm Østergaard
Design & Futures Lead at DDC. Oskar explores how new narratives can guide systems change. He builds worlds, tells stories, and designs scenarios.
Event series: Nurturing New Realities
This event is the first in a series exploring the future. Each event combines presentation and workshop elements.
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