The Gate London
Fri, 27 May 2022 07:03:00 GMT
You may notice that often, as you sit listening to a playlist, your mind ends up far from where you started.
The Mozart Effect from the ’90s was the first study to link classical music to increase spatial cognition. In 2017, researchers found the effects that different types of music have on creativity. This showed that happy music with high emotions increases creativity. Specifically, it increases the number of ideas.
During our panel discussion we will explore how to use music to get ideas flowing and drive creativity.
- Kit Altin, Chief Strategy Officer, The Gate
- Ryan Battles, Brand and Marketing Consultant, Published Author of “Cola Boy”
- Federica Attanasio, Co-Founder and Creative Director at We Are F
- Moderator: Natasha Woodwal, Head of Content, Cannes Lions
The panel discussion will be followed by a DJ set masterclass open to the audience.
The event is organised by We Hate Pink and MSQ's The Gate.
We Hate Pink is a community-focused platform built on feminism. We incubate, develop, and produce stories through an alternative female lens. We want to improve gender equity and diversity in the workplace and in the real world by sharing what inspires and motivates us. We organise events open to all women and non-binary people, hosting leading thinkers, creative, and activists, to discuss what can be achieved through supporting women’s movements.
Location: The Gate 34 Bow Street, London, WC2E 7AU
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