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The Sheffield culture guide written by in-the-know locals

Creative Thinking & Problem Solving with Kisha Bradley

Engineer, educator and Bright Box Makerspace founder Kisha Bradley hosts an online workshop aimed at guiding you through developing creative ideas and initial designs.

Are you good at coming up with ideas, but not following through? Or are you struggling to find the next 'thing' you want to work on? This workshop introduces you to a simple process for developing ideas and following through with designs. What influences our creative thinking? How do we dream up 'original' ideas? Should we consider collaborating with others in our creative practice? Kisha will guide you through these questions – helping you to decide what works for you.

The workshop was organised by Sheffield Creative Guild and was free for its members to participate in – scroll down to watch it back at any time.

Find out more about the hosts in our Meet the Locals interviews with Kisha Bradley (click here) and Sheffield Creative Guild (click here).

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