Presenters: Clive Holtham & Monica Biagioli
In almost every area of life, whether in the arts or workplaces or homes, we all develop knowledge and insights which are private to ourselves as individuals. But even for our own private purposes it is important to be able to develop these mental ideas, and make them tangible. This is most usually done through writing and drawing. Much modern research is devoted to methods that can improve mental ideas being made physical, in coming to life. This session, which requires no expert skill, will:
Firstly, involve participants making (from one piece of paper) a folded leaflet,
Secondly, being provided with prompts to make some of their own ideas come to life.
Finally, being guided on how to keep using this method in a wide variety of ways.
Professor of Management, Bayes Business School; City, University of London. An accountant and IT person by background, he now researches and teaches creativity for students and adults. He was made a UK National Teaching Fellow in 2003, and lectures, broadcasts and consults in the UK and internationally.
Senior Lecturer, Design Innovation, London College of Communication; UALA designer and artist by background, she now researches into applying art and design as part of development processes. She is an SFHEA and a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society and curates exhibitions and consults in the UK and internationally.
This presentation will take place on Zoom. After booking you will receive an email with the link and passcode a few days before the event.