Being part of a community is an essential and deeply human experience. But it can also get complicated. Why do some communities thrive while others fade away? We wanted to find out what the underlying structure of a community it and came up with the Community Canvas – a guide with answers but also questions to help you build more meaningful communities. During these workshops we go over the underlying ideas of the Canvas, discuss new ideas and work through the themes of the Canvas collaboratively to help you get a deeper understanding.
Berlin, June 13th
Doors open at 18:00 for a meet and greet and the workshop will start at 18:30.
There are only 20 spots available. Please respect the limited availability and only sign up if you are able to make it 100%.
Facilitated by Sascha and hosted at Les Enfants Terribles – the school for more thoughtful work.
Fabian Pfortmüller is an entrepreneur and community builder based in New York. He runs Together, an advisory firm that helps organizations build meaningful communities and co-authored community-canvas.org. He co-founded Sandbox, a global community for entrepreneurial people in their twenties. Most recently Fabian co-founded the lifestyle brand Holstee, known for its monthly subscription.
Sascha Mombartz is a user experience designer and co-creator of community-canvas.org. Previously he worked at the New York Times and at Google's Creative Lab, co-founded a retail and public opinion startups. He currently runs the Office for Visual Affairs in New York – a business and product design studio where he works with early stage companies.
About the Community Canvas
The Community Canvas is a framework to help you build meaningful communities. We built this framework be useful for people running a diverse set of organizations, such as fan clubs, HR departments, alumni organizations, incubators, fellowship programs, weekly meetups, religious communities, or international association. It consists of 3 sections: Identity, Experience, Governance and a total of 17 themes that can be looked into individuality or comprehensively.