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  • the idea collective at MOTAT (map)
  • 805 Great North Road
  • Auckland, Auckland, 1022
  • New Zealand

What: "The world around us is always in flux. We’re in a constant state of evolution, as we learn and grow each day. Luckily change is something that we’ve learned to be comfortable with. Change challenges our thinking, and helps us see new possibilities and opportunities. Einstein says it best: “The world as we have created it is a process of our thinking. It cannot be changed without changing our thinking.”

Whether as individuals or as communities, we have the power to affect how, why, when and where we push for change. As creatives and entrepreneurs, makers and doers, we have the opportunity to reshape and redefine the world around us.

Our speaker for the month of March 2016 is using her creative talents to do just that. Leonie Hayden is the editor of Mana magazine—a current affairs, culture and lifestyle magazine for Māori.

At CreativeMornings, Leonie will be talking about the distinctions between Māori and mainstream media, why it’s important for creative industries to understand both and what the two can learn from each other."

When: March 11th, 8-9:30am

Where: 805 Great North Road, Western Springs

RSVP: Here

More info: Full details available from the idea collective at MOTAT