What is the Imagination Club?

The Imagination Club is a platform for creative workshops.  The emphasis is on experimentation, creativity, innovation, wellness and life skills.

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Membership is free and we always love to see new people at our workshops.
If you are a facilitator/trainer/coach or wish to become one,  and are looking for somewhere to run through a technique or an idea, let us know, you could be running a workshop very soon (just let us know).

We always appreciate people helping out during the workshops.  You can help by welcoming other guests, setting up the tables and  chairs, laying out the food and drinks, tidying up at the end.   You don’t need to be asked, just start shuffling things around, every little bit helps.

How does it work?

We meet regularly in Brussels (Currently at the TIMESMORE offices) to hold our informal, mostly experimental bite-size workshops that are in some way related to creativity, innovation and life-skills.

Each workshop  begins with a drink, a nibble and a chat as people gradually arrive,  this is followed by the workshop itself  and we often end up having a drink and sometimes dinner afterwards – to carry on the conversations started before or during the workshops.

What are the workshops about?

The subject varies greatly, there is no recurring theme as such, but we do like them to be creative and thought provoking. We have had Laughter workshops, Musical ones, 6 Thinking hats etc.  to name but a few, scroll down the agenda to see the older workshops and all the various subjects.

Some of the workshops are beta-test workshops, in other words, the facilitator has developed a workshop idea and would like to try it out in a friendly, informal setting and get some feedback on how things could be done better or just differently,  others are completely experimental and some are just ordinary people trying out public speaking or want to improve their facilitation skills.

When are the workshops?

IC events take place in Brussels on the second and fourth Wednesday of every month.

Check out the Agenda page for the latest info and news.

Is there a cost involved?

A contribution of 12/15 Euro is suggested to cover the cost of materials, room rental and drinks & snacks.

Do I have to become a member or pay a subscription?

No, there is currently no membership and no subscription, you just pay on the night.

The Imagination Club is entirely an informal, non- profit operation and is managed by Andy Whittle and Jeffrey Baumgartner (with support from their families).

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