Art At Conferences
Merge a creative activity into your next dialogue, conference, or event.
WHY Why arts at events?
Keep your event social innovative!
Engage guests in a creative knowledge exchange!
Document the essence of the event with graphics!
HOW How does it work?
Whether is an Art corner, a booth, or a ten minute facilitated activity, you can deepen the participant’s experience through creativity. Collage, creative mingling, and rhythm are some activities that can exercise the right side of the brain .
Friends and Family from Libro credit union ask themselves how does a business with purpose looks like
Guests reflect on how to build a purpose community.
2000 students reflecting on global issues.
Young people reflecting on the role of the arts for global change.
Bringing the right side of the brain forward in a busy day of lectures.
After a long day at the annual Artificial Intelligence Conference, guests reflected on their personal journey in connection to the changing world of artificial intelligence.
Collages with stories initiated personal storytelling and reflection.
Using metaphor and a conceptual framework to spark conversation.
Participants engage in arts in this very friendly step-by-step collage process
Participants interpreting their peers work by adding titles.
Fun attractive tables can invite the participants to get creative.
At Lieu Institute, UBC, guests were invited to add their message to butterfly-shape plackards after a roundtable discussion on liberty and policing borders.
I Belong, MOSAIC, invited 80 service providers to exchange knowledge. Theme-based groups documented the needs of the community through this visual report.
Seattle Art Museum invited the public to learn and reflect about the past present and future of the shorelines through the creation of this collective visual map.
Over 100 teachers created a visual mosaic highlighting the importance of building creativity in schools.
Newcomers, community organizers, business people, and city officials speak about the challenges and highlights in making welcoming communities. Visual collages create a graphic report. Hosted by RMCS.
Final Art Piece documenting recommendations on chosen themes. Hosted by RMCS.
At Save The Salish Sea, organized by Tsleil Waututh Sacred Trust, guests where invited to add their message to a 30feet banner while 15 other speakers share about protecting sacred waters and land.
RMCS invites the Richmond community to reflect about diversity and inclusion. Body movement and creative challenges connected people to each other.
Hundreds of youth where invited by Vancouver Foundation to reflect on the vital needs of the community. Everyone created round-shaped magnets visualizing their personal commitment.
A mandala was created in the course of this event documenting people's individual reflections. Hosted by RMCS.
Improvisational theater among other activities facilitated relationship building among participants. Hosted by RMCS.
At Face 2 Face event, city officials and newcomers reflected about the successes and recommendations to build healthy communities through the creation of collages.
Youth Vital Signs (Vancouver Foundation), a youth driven and public opinion initiative, invited about 60 people including community organizations, city councilors, and youth to ‘Community Conversations’ in Surrey, Vancouver, and North Vancouver. Through collage, they were asked: How do we work together across differences? A final visual of a city-scape documented everyone's answers.
At NOII’s Big 10th year Anniversary, Daisy Chen and Thomas Warren asked around 30 guests “What does the concept of ‘No One Is Illegal’ mean to you?” and invited them to answer with paint markers on a banner.
300 guests are invited to paint about diversity and inclusion on a Block Party in Richmond. Hosted by RMCS and South Arm Community Centre. Richmond, Summer 2013.