CREATIVITY FOR BUSINESS

 Dan Aubin takes the award-winning One Agency, Orange team through a 'presenting to camera' training.

Dan Aubin takes the award-winning One Agency, Orange team through a 'presenting to camera' training.

 

CREATIVITY IN EDUCATION

 Receiving a teaching excellence award for innovation from Vice Chancellor Andrew Vann

Receiving a teaching excellence award for innovation from Vice Chancellor Andrew Vann

 

Artistic Direction AND Creative CONSULTATION

 Students from Charles Sturt University's innovative Theatre Media program

Students from Charles Sturt University's innovative Theatre Media program

 

Daring Humans work with organisations to:

  • Facilitate creative thinking and idea mapping
  • Understand the stages of the creative process and work in the right way for the stage you are in
  • Empower staff to be courageous with their thinking
  • Re-learn play as a powerful invention tool
  • Plan a creative project from inception to completion and reflection

The methods we used are drawn from creativity theory but practical and easy to engage with. No puppets or dancing will be used in any workshops! Our facilitators create a safe space for all participants.

Contact Dan Aubin to discuss your project and for a free phone consultation.

 

Curriculum development, teaching and creative projects for:

  • Universities
  • TAFE
  • Secondary and Primary Schools
  • Community Organisations

Companies who have worked with Daring Humans include:

Sydney Opera House, Charles Sturt University, Adelaide College of the Arts, Flinders University, Patch Theatre, CSU School of Business, Cirkidz, Spaghetti Circus, Dance Factory, Warren Hickey's Precision Martial Arts and Nepean Performing Arts High School

 

 

 

 

Artistic Direction or creative collaboration for:

  • Theatre
  • Circus
  • Movement
  • Festivals and events
  • Speakers, pitches and presentations

If you are looking for a collaborator, a director, a provocateur or just a little support for a creative project, lets have a chat and see what is possible. In my experience it is almost always 'anything'.