They took an easily recognizable style of event, the concept of which is clear even if you’ve never been to a speed-dating evening, and gave it a twist to suit their context.
Let’s look at a couple of recent examples: This sounds, from this article, like a really successful event.
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So here is what I did: : Decide how you want the tables set up. I put 10-15 books on each table to represent that genre. I also set up a Power Point with the directions for the minutes. As they came in, they noticed the signs and books, and I could already tell they were picking their genres, even though I hadn't said a word about what we were doing. The romance section was particularly popular, even with the boys, so I added some "non-pink" romances to that table for the boys.
I just told them to sit anywhere and that we would be moving soon enough. I am excited to add a fun twist for when I do this lesson again.
That said, what seems to be ‘okay’ on a Museum Hack experience can seem problematic when attempted by museums themselves.
They have raised a few eyebrows among museum professionals, but have also received a warm welcome for bringing a fresh set of experiential ideas to widespread attention.
These events are held in the CBD and are the perfect way to search for new friends whilst still keeping your weekend plans!
We have picked the coolest places in the CBD that will make you feel nice and relaxed. We are the only company in Melbourne that are localising speed dating events for you.
They greet guests on a specified date and time at one of NYC’s hottest venues, and arrange five-minute “speed dates” with other attractive, interesting people!