Ministry Intelligence Gathering Evening
7:00pm Wednesday May 30th, 2012
Network and hobnob whilst tasting our new deluxe range, Salt made from Tears.
When our volunteer Ministers aren’t devoting their skills to us at 159 Hoxton St, it has come to our attention that many of them live double lives as successful creative professionals. The Chief thought it would be a great idea to get some of our troops in to talk about their current projects so we can all benefit from their intrepid efforts in their various fields. And so, our great Intelligence Gathering Evening was born. It so happens that Igor and the zombies behind Hoxton Street Monster Supplies have just completed a very exclusive limited edition food range, and who better to try it first than the Ministry’s VIPs?
-Listen to our speakers talk about how emotions have helped and hindered them in their work, while savouring the delicious flavour of Tears thanks to Hoxton Street Monster Supplies.
-Brief and Debrief in groups to get contacts, forge networks, and pump our Ministers for information.
Studio Weave is an award-winning, emerging architecture practice profiled as one of “Britain’s Brightest Young Architects”. The studio’s work encompasses an extremely diverse range of projects from furniture and art projects, to buildings, landscapes and urban design.
Andrea Macdonald is an editor of picture books & colour publishing at Random House Children’s Publishers UK, she works with author-illustrators including Shirley Hughes, Quentin Blake and Anthony Browne.
Kristina Musholt is a Fellow in the Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method at the London School of Economics and Political Science. Her main research interests are in the philosophy of mind and cognitive science, and currently focus on self-consciousness and intersubjectivity. In addition, she has interests in the philosophy of language, ethics, German idealism and phenomenology.
James Hawkins is a qualified psychodynamic counsellor who, prior to working at Respond, spent 5 years working with The Place2Be, a charity that provides school-based play therapy and counselling to young people and their parents/carers in primary and secondary school settings. During his time there he managed various school-based counselling projects as well as being instrumental in the development of their secondary school service. He then moved onto developing and delivering a series of training specifically designed for clinicians, school based staff and Post-Graduate students working with young people in secondary schools.
If this sounds like your cup of tea, register here