Guest speakers were indeed worth every moment of listening, as the lineup included: Yusuf Randera-Rees from the Awethu Project, Alastair McLachlan from Intermission, Thalia Matiadou and Shruti Nair from Maboneng Precinct, Paul Mesarcik from Lumkani, Barrie Bramley from Calidascope, Steve Carver from The Win Win Group, Richard Prevost from our own Strategy Department, as well as David Gibbon from Google.
Jupiter (Johannesburg) Creative Partner, Tom Cullinan, expressed how important it is to inspire:
“It’s always great to hear people share their stories; we had a whole host of interesting talks. Creativity is very interesting, it’s not something that’s only found in visual or musical forms, it’s found in how you tell your story. What is really important, and why we do this, is that often, as creatives, we give a lot of ourselves and it’s important, even for just a few days, to sit back and enjoy some inspiration.”
It was also a day where select members of our team shared some of their passion projects, from artwork to gaming, space units, Christmas card artwork and even landscape photography were on display. This year was all about getting immersed in the creative world of Wondercraft©, the art of developing and crafting captivating ideas that change the way we see the world.