Teaching a bit of graphic facilitation – people called out icons and I drew them
With Liz Etmanski – one of the few people I can draw with 🙂 – making a map of community. I love the ideas she comes up with to fill these charts.
Strategic Planning for Spectrum Society – 2014. Another co-produced graphic with Liz Etmanski
One of the stories on Barb’s Story Wall
Barb’s story wall – for her birthday she wanted people to share stories of her with me and I would draw them
A debriefing template…
Sketchnotes from a conference call with 20 people. Eek.
My second time co-facilitating with Barb Goode and Shelley Nessman, at Whistler, B.C. People in the workshop drew on templates of themselves on “a mountain I climbed” “a thing that made me want to sing” and “a mountain I want to conquer” – the most amazing workshop and it led to a great partnership
A detail from one of many collages made during a day together in one of the first collaborative events, around story telling with people with disabilities. The printed poem is Virginia Satir’s “I am me” http://www.debradavis.org/gecpage/iamme.html – a poem about empowerment and identity.
Working with David Pitonyak for a day in Vancouver: “A Toolbox for Change”
with Shelley Nessman, David Pitonyak and Liz Etmanski (co-graphic facilitator) working with a group of self advocates doing community mapping: where do we feel welcomed? where do we contribute? where would we be missed?
One of my favourite things: manifesting invitation – who might we invite in and how might we do that? More community pictures by Liz 🙂
How do we help people have more power in their lives?
A project with families using David Wetherow’s Star Raft model – generating networks!
This is the year long curriculum for a leadership program for self advocate leaders who wanted to expand their networks of influence while learning new skills together – an amazing series with Cheryl Fryfield and David Wetherow (www.communityworks.info)
Can You Dig It partnerships
Can You Dig It is a lovely mix of social enterprise, gardening and wonderful people – to bring art and graphic facilitation to the table of their strategic planning session was bringing all my favourite things together
How can we help the person deepen and expand their relationships? with David Pitonyak
InCommon.tv is a great site full of stories told in all kinds of ways by different people (including me! look for “Let’s Call Her Rachel”) – strategic planning around sustainability
Working with a leadership team around communication
Joe’s Table Cafe is a social enterprise coffee shop – helping them figure out a social media campaign using a new hashtag
inclusionWORKS is a great little Victoria organization – this is a graphic recording of a presentation they gave
my friend Sheenagh, Doug Wollard acting CEO of C.L.B.C. and former Minister Moira Stillwell with my employment graphic – a 350 page document turned into a tree! Apparently very useful in presentations as well as photo ops 🙂 One of the most fun and challenging things I’ve done
A circle discussion at TASH 2013
My thesis! Recording the focus group’s ideas about leadership
an illustration from our book, 101 Ways to Make Friends: ideas and conversation starters for people with disabilities and those who care about them from http://www.spectrumpress.ca
Planning to Plan – part of a path done with our board of directors
One of my favourite sessions, about judgement and families of kids with disabilities and how stifling and damaging it is…
Post its are handy! here the group is looking through them….
A really great lesson for me; a group of people with disabilities wanting to be “at the front of the room” around employment so we came up with three scenarios on how to learn how to do that, and then practiced
Barb at our first collaboration – she wanted a kind of jigsaw puzzle of the province around the theme of “what are the parts of a good life” Genius