Sat, 10 Oct|
Reinventors Workshop with Karina Jardin
Spotlight Speaker: Karina Jardin Founder of ARTDIALOGO
Time & Location
10 Oct 2020, 12:00 – 16:00 BST
About the Event
The Reinventors Workshop is a free weekly series of talks featuring speakers sharing thought-provoking stories & action-oriented lessons.
About this Event
Let’s Reinvent is on a mission to raise awareness and opportunities globally for women, youth and people of underrepresented backgrounds to thrive in the tech-driven future.
The Reinventors Workshop is a free weekly themed series of virtual talks where we invite our featured esteemed speaker to share thought-provoking stories and action-oriented lessons.
Each workshop aims to enable attendees globally to learn, reflect, and take away lessons to make a change in their own selves personally and/or professionally as well as to effect action within their local communities.
About the Speaker: Karina Jardin
Founder of ARTDIALOGO
Anna Karina Jardin is a Filipina visual artist, children's story book illustrator and cultural and creative activist based in Malaysia. Seeing art and creativity as an efficient way of transforming the next generation, she co-founded Artistikong Kabataan Philippines Inc., a non-profit organization in 2011 helping communities in Philippines through arts and later became ARTDIALOGO ASIA in 2017 . She founded ARTDIALOGO, a platform and initiative to promote intercultural dialogue and community development thru arts to enhance public diplomacy and multilateral/bilateral relations while reaching out to communities across ASEAN. It was founded in 2016 and to date, it had 5 cycles and ran in 3 countries (Singapore, Malaysia and the Philippines) and impacted thousands of children and youth to date through its community programs.
12:00 - 12:15 Welcome Remarks and Introduction to the Workshop Speaker
12:15 - 12:45 Speaker Spotlight
12:45 - 13:15 Q&A with Audience
13:15 - 13:30 Closing Remarks
Reinventors Workshop Spotlight Speaker, Karina Jardin will be joined by Let's Reinvent Co-Founders, Bien King and Claudie Bell.