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Thunking to Thinking Megan Hosking at City Gallery


Thunking to Thinking - Megan Hosking at City Gallery Wellington Wednesday 14th

Thunking to Thinking with Megan Hosking from Alto Limited

Wednesday 14 May, 6pm, City Gallery Cinema


Albert Einstein said you can’t solve new problems with old thinking. Lets look at how we can shift our culture from ‘Thunking’ (clunky-thinking!) to clear, emergent Thinking.

Megan Hosking owns and runs Alto, an increasingly sustainable design business.

She is passionate about communication design, and the opportunities that a quest for a sustainable future create.

She is in the Sustainable Business Network, is a Trustee of the Sustainability Trust and a member of the New Zealand Futures Trust, and the Wellington International Ukulele Orchestra.

Presented in partnership with Intersect—young professionals networking for sustainability

For enquiries please contact: Manager Education and Public Programmes

E: citygalleryevents@wmt.org.nz

W: www.citygallery.org.nz

ENDS


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