I was contributing visuals to a very innovative 2-day event organised by some powerful women in University Limerick. It was part of a longer process to develop interdisciplinary research proposals to tackle wicked health problems. This part of the process was a design-thinking workshop in which participants identifies "opportunity spaces" between their disciplines and built on the ideas that emerged from those spaces.
Here are some images that were part of a graphic harvest for Suas Educational Development, a great NGO that focuses on transformative education, both overseas with its partners in developing countries and at home with third level students. It co-hosted a day exploring the role of Higher Education on global justice. I was there to do three things: 1) A 14-page graphic harvest of the entire day which could be emailed out to everyone afterwards, 2) graphic tweets from the keynote and other speakers and 3) harvest the conversation circles which I did in an analogue (!) way- with coloured paper circles distributed and collected and made into a network-type mural for all to see.
All of the work was done in Illustrator and projected at the end of the day- even though it was not quite finished!
It is great to work with supportive clients like Suas who really value the visual contribution. I really like working digitally.... but my heart is still with ink and paper!