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Live visual mapping: A participatory arts-based approach for transforming ideas and concepts into art in a group setting

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Taking the notion of concept mapping one step further, Live Visual Mapping is a participatory training technique that uses artists and their tools to visually capture ideas and concepts from a conversation of small or large groups during an educational training session, or a workshop into “visual knowledge builders” (Hyerle, 2009). Building on concept mapping which uses a more systematic approach for moving towards knowledge production, live visual mapping seeks to map concepts artistically and organically, as the conversation unfolds. Both methods can be used to show connections between ideas and concepts in a variety of contexts across a broad spectrum of sectors, from research to professional training environments. During the Girlhood Exchange Symposium – a collaborative event bringing together girlhood researchers, activists, and policy-makers at McGill University - we designed the live visual mapping technique to help facilitate a reflexive exercise on values (i.e., social inclusion, equality, love, leadership and innovation) and a way for participants to get to know each other. The outcome was not necessarily what was expected by the organizers, nor by the artists involved in the creation of the live visual map. During this panel presentation, we would like to share the results of this experience. We will present the advantages and disadvantages of using this type of visual participatory training technique, reflecting on the development and design of this methodology as well as our implementation of it and the resulting artistic creation.
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Teitelbaum, Pamela., Garrow, Stephanie., Mondrona, April. and Thompson, Jennifer. "Live visual mapping: A participatory arts-based approach for transforming ideas and concepts into art in a group setting" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the 55th Annual Conference of the Comparative and International Education Society, Fairmont Le Reine Elizabeth, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, <Not Available>. 2014-11-26 <http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p493998_index.html>

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Teitelbaum, P. , Garrow, S. , Mondrona, A. and Thompson, J. "Live visual mapping: A participatory arts-based approach for transforming ideas and concepts into art in a group setting" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the 55th Annual Conference of the Comparative and International Education Society, Fairmont Le Reine Elizabeth, Montreal, Quebec, Canada <Not Available>. 2014-11-26 from http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p493998_index.html

Publication Type: Panel Paper
Abstract: Taking the notion of concept mapping one step further, Live Visual Mapping is a participatory training technique that uses artists and their tools to visually capture ideas and concepts from a conversation of small or large groups during an educational training session, or a workshop into “visual knowledge builders” (Hyerle, 2009). Building on concept mapping which uses a more systematic approach for moving towards knowledge production, live visual mapping seeks to map concepts artistically and organically, as the conversation unfolds. Both methods can be used to show connections between ideas and concepts in a variety of contexts across a broad spectrum of sectors, from research to professional training environments. During the Girlhood Exchange Symposium – a collaborative event bringing together girlhood researchers, activists, and policy-makers at McGill University - we designed the live visual mapping technique to help facilitate a reflexive exercise on values (i.e., social inclusion, equality, love, leadership and innovation) and a way for participants to get to know each other. The outcome was not necessarily what was expected by the organizers, nor by the artists involved in the creation of the live visual map. During this panel presentation, we would like to share the results of this experience. We will present the advantages and disadvantages of using this type of visual participatory training technique, reflecting on the development and design of this methodology as well as our implementation of it and the resulting artistic creation.


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