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You are invited to join us for a creative sojourn where art and action hold our focus. Each team will be split into smaller groups to make three connected works of art: One painting, one sculpture, and one poem.

These three works should form a unit and will be presented and exhibited in the Gallery afterwards.

The art should have a theme, which can be taken from relevant processes, projects, focus areas, or activities that the company is preoccupied with at the moment.

This activity has been very successful, and some of the artworks decorate customers’ offices around the world. An excellent team-building activity that brings out your creative and artistic qualities, and – lest we forget – an opportunity for a good laugh.

Duration: 2-4 hours.
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You are invited to join us for a creative sojourn where art and action hold our focus. Each team will be split into smaller groups to make three...

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