I had the pleasure of presenting and facilitating at the SKETCHING IN PRACTICE 2017 SYMPOSIUM on June 23 and 24!
It felt so great to be around such like-minded, like-spirited, enthusiastic, inquisitive, creative people! I was invigorated!
And being able to participate in three fabulous workshops as well was such a treat!
It felt great to speak about Molly!
Check out: AMY BURVALL
Check out: GRAPHIC HISTORY COLLECTIVE
Check out: LORRAINE WHITE-WILKINSON
I have so much I could write about the two days. But for now I will list just a sample of words I scratched furiously into my SKiP sketchbook…
Radical imaginations, weaving process, verbal to visual, resist, politics of care, intersectional framework, history can be a weapon/tool, mutate change, visible thinking, metaphorical typography, critical creativity, Gutenberg Parenthesis, porous pedestrian, kennings, serendipidoodle, fringed oddity, spurned desire, Sanburgian synthesis, scheduled creativity, the way out of the box is the shackles, pareidolia, storytelling ethics, mark making…
I am so excited to build on the connections made at the symposium.
Some photo highlights from my two days:
A huge thank you to Jason Toal and the entire team for including me!