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Registrations now open for this Thursday!
Hosted at The Commons in Collingwood this month.
Good morning all! It's that time of the month and we are back at The Commons in Collingwood this month, (a day earlier than usual on a Thursday to account for the public holiday)
We are very excited to Have Facilitator and collaboration designer Lina Patel joining us in tow with her own muse Kosta Heristanidis, chatting to us about what it means to be in relationship with your creativity —We can’t wait to see you all there!
To register for this Thursday's event click here
Doors open at 8 am
Coffee + Mingling until 8:30 am
Lina and Kosta speaking from 8:30 – 9:00 am
Please note! Due to limited spaces,
***we kindly ask that you only register for a seat if you are confident you can attend***
If you cannot attend and need to cancel your registration, you can find the relevant link in your confirmation email.
Also, a reminder again that we are at the Commons' Collingwood Location this month!
About Lina and Kosta
Lina was born in Kenya to Indian parents and now based on Wurundjeri country on the traditional and unceded lands of the Kulin Nation. She is a Facilitator and Collaboration Designer who learnt her craft in big business, honed it in civic tech and is perfecting it with organisations who invite her to facilitate moments that matter. Lina’s mission is to alleviate needless workplace suffering and bring more kindness into the world, one team at a time. She has facilitated events, workshops, and retreats for a variety of government and private sector organisations. Having been part of 60+ different teams and facilitated over 400 gatherings, she has picked up a thing or two about collaboration. Her life is a series of fortunate events by chance and choice.
Kosta was born to Greek immigrants in Melbourne, where he has lived and worked his whole life. He’s been interested in scale modelling and military history from a young age, and has been creating art for 35+ years beginning with his first fanzine at age 13. Kosta was tattooing professionally at the age of 21 and was one of the founders of Chapel Tattoo, before stepping away from tattooing to pursue a career as a model-maker and figure sculptor.
Together, they are the hare and the tortoise.Back to News