«Creativity — The engine of the 21st century» is a public lecture organised by Harbour.Space University in collaboration with Onecowork.
This talk will be conducted by Kätlin Kaldmaa, Author and Poet from Estonia.
Stories are never one-way street. If there is one person who is making up the story, there are countless ways of receiving it at the other end — everyone reads it their way and this is what grows muscles and veins to the skeleton of the narrative.
Stories of the world are intertwined, one springs up from the other, and this cooperation is what we're going to look for. Diversity is a treasure trove.
For: Anyone starting a new business and looking to build their company’s narrative, as well as copywriters, and creative content managers.
About Kätlin Kaldmaa:
Kätlin Kaldmaa is an Estonian poet, writer, translator and literary critic. She has published four collections of poetry, three books for children, autobiographical works of nonfiction, a short story collection, and a novel “No Butterflies in Iceland”.
Collections of her poems have been published in English, “One is None” (2014), Arabic “Geography of Love” (2015), Finnish, “The Alphabet of Love” (2015) and Spanish (2017) “La geografía del amor“, collection of short stories in Hungarian, novel in Finnish, and children’s book “The Story of Someone of the Elderly's Daughter“ in Icelandic.
Upcoming collections of poetry in Catalan and short stories in English. She has written widely on literature, mostly literature in translation, and has translated more than 70 works of world’s best literature from British Isles to Latin America.
Read More about Katlin — harbour.space/Faculty/Digital-marketing/Katlin-Kaldmaa
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