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Event: How to Build Your Creative Muscle    
Date: Thursday, 22 March 2018 - Thursday, 22 March 2018
Time: 12.00pm-2.00pm

Art House, Council Room

The Arts House, 1 Old Parliament Lane

Singapore 179429  

Organiser: Helga Herrera, Pamela Wigglesworth
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Event Fees: Members $50, Guests $55, At the Door $55
Registration Closes: Thursday, 22 March 2018
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Personal Power Lunch

How to Build Your Creative Muscle – Lessons From The World of Arts, Business, Science and Technology

  • Do you think outside the box?
  • Did you ever want to come up with innovative solutions in today’s ever-changing world?
  • Can you become a creative individual?


Creativity is like a muscle. You may not have been born with it. But nothing’s stopping you from building it, honing it, and stretching it.

What you may not know is that individuals and corporations have creative and innovative practices that help them and their team build their creative muscle – at home, at work, and at play.

In this 45-minute-talk, Ayesha Kohli will discuss and answer your questions on

  • The Importance of Creativity and Creative Thinking in Today’s World
  • Understanding the Creative Self
  • Building Creative Habits
  • Understanding The Link Between Creativity And Health
  • Best Practices To Foster Creative Leadership At The Workplace
  • How To Help Children Develop Their Creative Thinking


About the Speaker: Ayesha Kohli 




Ayeshi Kohli is a multi-talented brand designer and creative entrepreneur. 

Ayesha Kohli is the founder of communications consultancy, Sparq Communications, the editor of Creative Sparq, the founder and creative director for niche textile label, Ayesha Cashmere.

With over a dozen-years’ experience in brand management, public relations, journalism and design, Ayesha has worked on a range of communications projects for multinational brands and start-up organisations covering lifestyle and consumer goods, technology, education and non-profit sectors.

She has also volunteered at PrimeTime in different capacities in the past - as Vice-President, Marketing Co-Chair, and Human Resources Co-Chair. She holds a double Masters in Business and Economics.

Her mantra is to live a creative life – ask questions, find answers, learn by doing and create by intention.






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Cancellation Policy: Please contact the event organiser if you need to cancel after registering. A full refund can only be made if notice is received at least 2 days in advance of the event.

PrimeTime is a non-profit association registered with the Registry of Societies in Singapore. Our event fees only cover the cost of catering and venue hire as each event is designed to break-even. 

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