A picture is a thousand words, yet most of our discussions are still verbal. If we want to work together towards sustainable change, we have to use methods that are inclusive, collaborative, and supportive of creative thinking. In this series of Collaborative Visual Thinking workshops, you will learn what visual thinking is, why it is useful, and how it can be employed. We do this by discussing important contemporary issues, to better understand the complexity of these problems. In the workshop, everyone is invited to draw out their ideas, so that it becomes easier to create a shared language for imagining a more sustainable future together.
The workshops deal each with a specific topic that will be analysed through the lens of social, economic and environmental sustainability, such as: the pandemic, systemic racism, social media & fake news, climate change, overpopulation, space exploration and the impact of tourism, among others. The workshops consist of two parts: we start with understanding in more depth what visual thinking is and practise various drawing styles (each workshop deals with a different aspect of visual thinking); then we use these new skills to engage in a visual discussion, by sharing what we know, by formulating challenging questions, and by drawing out the complexities of the problem to understand how a more sustainable approach could be taken.
Date: Thursday 1 October
Time: 19:00 - 21:30
Tickets: DKK 180
(50% for think.dk members = 90 kr.)
There are 2 payment options:
1) MobilePay directly to Visual Agency (recommended)
MobilePay: 53 83 41 70
Name: Agnieszka Mlicka
Add comment: 10.09.2020 + your email address
2) Online card payment through think.dk (the service fee is included in the ticket price, but is not refunded in case of cancellation of the event by the organiser):
Deadline to sign up: 30-09-2020 at 12:00
- The workshop is 2.5 hours.
- There is a maximum of 8 places available.
- The workshop is held in English.
- It is very important to come on time, as we start punctually and have a very full programme.
- Please read the Covid-19 precautions in advance.
Meeting Room 1 (1st floor)
think.dk @ Kulturhuset Indre By
Charlotte Ammundsens Pl. 3