3. Communicate - inspire educate
4. Open / holistic learning
5. Redesign education
6. Embrace change
After the event, many of us exchanged contact details and over the two years to
follow have kept in touch, continuing the discussion on improving Creative
Education in Developing Communities. A huge thank you to Neville Brody,
Lawrence Zeegan and of course Design Indaba for organising this very worthwhile
event for which has created a valuable legacy.
Last year I was unable to attend the event, as I had just become a father. The
2015 Design Educators Indaba will feature a line up of top Dutch
design-thinkers who have worked in areas ranging from water management to
health and agriculture. I would really like to hear from any attendees of
either the 2014 or 2015 event and weather the event was as rewarding as the
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