[Event] Green Drinks: Minimalism, Refurbishment & Recirculation
With Chinese New Year around the corner, it is a time for many to declutter and decide between keeping, throwing and giving away. This month, we have professional organiser, Nathalie Ricaud of Get Organised & Beyond, Farah Sanwari of Repair Kopitiam, and Agatha Lee of Green Issues by Agy. This session is sponsored by Workcentral.
The Decluttering Journey
The need for decluttering has never been so acute with the average Singapore home size shrinking. Whether we realise it or not, clutter takes a toll on our lives, from a time, financial but also emotional standpoint. But letting go doesn’t come easily to most people. Learn about the benefits of decluttering and the options to dispose of your stuff to trigger the start of your decluttering journey.
Reconnecting with Your Clothes
What is the relationship between you and your clothes? Textile artist, Agatha “Agy” explores the bond we have with our garments and how techniques such as upcycling and repair can help us appreciate what is in our wardrobe. Agy will also be sharing a few tips on how you can get started.
Date: 19 Jan 2017 (Thurs)
Time: 7pm – 9pm
Venue: Workcentral, Singapore Shopping Centre, 190 Clemenceau Avenue #04-10, The Annex
Admission: Free (contributions to society accepted)
RSVP: Via Facebook or email email@example.com
About Our Speakers
Nathalie Ricaud is a Professional Organiser and the founder of Get Organised & Beyond, a company that helps individuals and their families, who feel overwhelmed by all the stuff they have accumulated over the years and struggle to part with it, declutter and get organised so that they can regain control over their homes and lives.
Agatha “Agy” is a textile artist who is passionate about building environmentally aware communities. Her goal is to get people to reconnect with their clothes through techniques such as repair and transforming them into creative wearables (aka upcycling). She holds regular talks and Restyle Your Wardrobe is one of her signature workshops where she shares her knowledge of rethinking the way we view our garments. Agatha blogs at Green Issues by Agy, and has been featured on Channel NewsAsia, Channel U, The Straits Times and TODAY.
Workcentral is a vibrant, supportive co-working community located centrally on Orchard Road. With a goal of bettering businesses, we offer flexible work spaces, curated programming and comprehensive business solutions.
Our tight-knit member community ranges from freelance consultants to growing SMEs across a variety of industries. We work closely with them to provide networking opportunities and business services relevant to their needs.