Join a growing eco-system of practitioners who use the “art of scribing” to bridge the ecological, social, and spiritual divides we experience in our world today. Scribing – a process of drawing while people talk – provides a mirror that can help a system see itself in new light. With intention to build navigational capacity for the rapidly changing times in which we live, this program will focus on:
- Activating intelligences of the Open Mind, Heart, and Will
- Deepening practice of a visual sense-making discipline
- Cultivating knowledge of social technologies
We will cover aspects of Presencing, System and Conversational diagnostics, Four Levels of Listening, Generative Scribing, Discernment for ‘Letting Go and Letting Come’, 2D Modeling, Project Planning, and shared Applications of this work in a variety of contexts. The learning process will involve presentations, hands-on practice, individual and peer-to-peer reflections, and large group conversations.
Who should participate?
- Scribes who want to bring Presencing into their practice
- Theory U practitioners wanting to learn visual expression
- Visual thinkers seeking to expand their capacity
Drawing will be our primary form of practice. You do not have to be a skilled scribe or artist – but be prepared to use visual expression as the main method of practice during the program.
Kelvy Bird is an internationally recognized graphic facilitator, supporting groups by translating content and dynamics into visual formats that aid with reflection and decision-making. As co-founder of the Presencing Institute, Kelvy has helped shape many of the online and global community offerings, most recently the edX course u.lab: Leading From the Emerging Future, for which she provides extensive visual material. In 2016, she co-edited the anthology: Drawn Together through Visual Practice, and in 2018 released Generative Scribing: A Social Art of the 21st Century. An artist by training, Kelvy received her BFA in painting and BA in Art History from Cornell University. Her current residence is Somerville, MA, USA.
Jayce Pei Yu Lee leads the Visual Practice development in China. She is big at heart, small in size, and organic in spirit. Born in 1972 in Taiwan, she studied Typographic Design and Fine Arts while lived in New Zealand for 8 years. She has diverse experience ranging from graphic design, retail sales and marketing and visual merchandising for 10+ years. She devotes her time to visual Arts and bilingual graphic facilitation (Mandarin/ English) with the MGTaylor Methodology in Asia Pacific region. She has collaborated with The Value Web at the Summer Davos in China since 2010. She is a member of The Value Web, and global eco-system core team of Presencing Institute. Jayce is based in Taipei, Taiwan.
UID Learning Hub
Graha Genesha, 3rd Floor
28 Jalan Hayam Wuruk
Reception and opening circle: Sunday, July 21 starting at 5:00pm
Workshop: Monday, July 22 (starting at 9:00am) – Wednesday, July 24 (ending at 3:00pm)
Individual: $2400 USD
Gov/Edu/NFP: $2000 USD
Scholarship: (no longer available)
The registration fee includes: lunch, breaks, supplies and course materials. Participants are responsible for their own accommodation, breakfasts, and dinners.
Refund Policy: The amount paid minus a $350 processing fee will be refunded for all cancellations received in writing before June 21, 2019. No refunds will be granted for cancellations received after that time, but registrations can be transferred to other participants at no additional cost. The Organizer is not liable for an event cancellation due to sickness, riots, epidemics, acts of god, or natural disasters.
This workshop will be delivered in partnership with our colleagues at United in Diversity: www.unitedindiversity.org