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Drawn Together through Visual Practice Paperback – July 15, 2016
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- Juanita Brown PhD, Co-Founder, The World Cafe
I've seen visual practice map ideas, refresh memories, and provoke insights in many meetings involving dozens of professionals from business, government, and education. So it's a special delight to discover this collection representing the art, craft, and inspiration of visual practice from multiple perspectives.
- David N. Perkins, Carl H. Pforzheimer, Jr., Research Professor of Teaching andLearning, Harvard Graduate School of Education
Graphic facilitation is a powerful way for a group to come to know themselves and the work they want to do together. It is no wonder that it so quickly became a part of any good meeting, conference, or problem solving session! Drawn Together is a valuable book, timely and well thought through. It should be read and employed by all wanting to improve and accelerate the rate of change and innovation within an organization, executive team or community. The more diversity in the room, the more powerful visual imagery becomes.
- Gail Taylor, Co-Founder of MG Taylor, Inc., Founder of Tomorrow Makers, Inc.
At last! A compendium of stories, helpful approaches and mind sets that reflects the diversity, the richness of scope and the broad impact of the growing field of visual practice/visual language. Our visual practice not only encompasses 'making the invisible visible' and 'making the visible visual' through many artistic means, but also, it incorporates all the human elements of working together, listening, and inclusion that our world is crying for. The potential is unlimited. This is a must read for people who are looking for ways to make substantial change and impact in our world as a group or as an individual and who are looking for paths to go 'from my way to our way'.
- Susan Kelly, Visual Practitioner
Drawn Together offers me tools to reflect and improve on developing campaigns for Lush, and encourages personal reflection on my process.A tremendous job bringing together a picture of the evolving work and sharing best practices.
- Carleen Pickard, Ethical Campaigns Specialist, Lush Handmade Cosmetics, North America
From the Inside Flap
- Brandy Agerbeck: Making Room for Making: In praise of imperfect drawings and the humans who make them
- Dr. Laurence Musgrove: Drawing-to-Learn: A general studies course for first-year college students
- Alfredo Carlo: In Front of the Wall
- Eva Lotta Lamm: Visual Improvisation: How improvising influences my sketchnoting
- Solo-Practitioner Partnerships: A conversation between Lisa Arora and Robert Mittman
- Aaron Johannes: Sensemaking through Arts-Infused, Person-Centered Planning Processes
- Christopher Knowlton: Dancineering, Researchals, Bodystorming, and Informances: Movement-based approaches to sensemaking and transmediation through contemporary dance
- Anthony Weeks: Stories and Storytelling
- Mary Alice Arthur: The Secret to Long-Term Impact in Your Engagements
- Bryan Coffman: Using Perspectives to Build a Practice
- Sam Bradd: Cultivating Cultural Safety: The visual practitioner's role in motivating positive action
- Aftab Erfan: The Use of Imagery in Conflict Engagement
- Kelvy Bird: Steady, to Scale
- Stina Brown: A Learning Journey: Connecting self to planet
- Claudia Madrazo: Sharing a Dia Experience
- Barbara Bash: Embodied Mark-Making: The Big Brush experience
- Jennifer Shepherd: Discovering Wisdom Within and Between: How storyboards, portraits, and visual explanations can help us learn to solve the puzzles of our time
- Michelle Winkel: Sensemaking, Potential Space and Art Therapy with Organizations: Moving beyond language
- John Ward: Kinesthetic Modeling: Re-learning how to grope in the dark
- Nevada Lane: Becoming a Visual Change Practitioner
- Misha Mercer: Four Mindsets of a Visual Ecology in the Workplace: Re-visioning language through visual thinking
- Christine Martell: Rigorous Design of Visual Tools that Deepen Conversations and Spark New Insights
- Peter Stoyko: Imagery that Travels Well: Making yourself understood across cultures wit the help of visual language
- Martin Haussman, interviewed by Brandy Agerbeck: The Thermal Lift of Visualization: How to empower people in visual thinking, learning, and co-creation
- Jayce Pei Yu Lee, interviewed by Kelvy Bird: Bridging on the Rise
- Bob Stilger: When We Cannot See the Future, Where Do We Begin?
- Jennifer Shepherd and Sam Bradd: Reflection and Visual Practice
Visual practice makes the fleeting and ephemeral nature of spoken conversation concrete. Drawings can take infinite form: brushstrokes expressing gesture, metaphors that offer common ground, maps to guide a system, and devices for reconciliation. Individuals and groups alike make these meaningful marks. Communities of thousands can access key content through the aid of images. We see our thoughts from new perspectives through visual interpretation, and we relate with fresh eyes to ourselves and others.
Visuals draw us together. They allow us to consider where we have been, who we are, and who we want to be in the future. We mark these transitions through the acts and artifacts of drawing.
Visual practice is a rich and diverse field. This anthology connects ideas and practitioners at a moment when our practice is dramatically expand- ing. Let's pause and survey the field to date: What work is being done? What questions currently guide us? Which theories inform us? Who do we serve, and what is the impact of our craft? What do we learn from our individual experience? And how do we contribute back to the greater field? Now is the moment to embrace visual thinking, practice, and facilitation as a defining technology of our time.
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The field is growing and learning and these practitioners show us the possibilities beyond just scribing.
Because the way you know/practice visual facilitation is not the only one. Just buy it, Read it and grow !
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Since the apostrophe is critical to comfortable reading, it makes it really difficult to properly read the book.
Amazon, Bad for you!!
I tried reading this book on my Kindle paperwhite, on the WebReader and on the PC Amazon app.... It doesn't even has the book pictures!