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Awesome Evening

Awesome Evening

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When:

  • Tue 3 Dec ’13, 6:30pm

Where:

The Transitional Cathedral, Latimer Square, Christchurch

Restrictions:

All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Free Admission

Our next Awesome Evening is on Tuesday 3 December at the beautiful Cardboard Cathedral!

Jason Pemberton kicks the evening off at 6:30pm with some live looping accoustic guitar and vocals and then these passionate and inspiring speakers take the stage to talk about the projects they're working on:

Martin Trusttum and Warren Feeny - ArtBox and ArtBeat
Chris Henderson - Festival of Education
Charlie Allen - activating the urban landscape through transitional urbanism
Gerard Direen - Programmes at Linwood Ave School
George Shaw - RISE Street Art Festival in Christchurch! Featuring an awesome Banksy collection and a bunch of incredible art installations
Ian Strange/Kid Zoom (artist here for RISE) - investigation of surburbia and the role of home in the 21st Century

Ministry of Awesome is a non-profit that exists to water the seeds of awesome in Christchurch and help people turn their own ideas into reality. One of the ways we do this is by hosting monthly Awesome Evenings!

What happens at an Awesome Evening?
1. We kick the evening off at 6:30pm with live, local music.
2. 5-6 passionate local entrepreneurs share the awesome projects they’re currently working on, and invite others to come and chat with them if they want to learn more and/or be part of it.
3. Networking, fun and serendipity, with lots of awesome people!

Nibbles are on us, the drinks are on you.

All are welcome and we'd love to see you there!

If you have any questions, please feel free to get in touch with us: Kimberley@ministryofawesome.com, or give Kimberley a call on 021 667 381.

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