Reilly Dow, Graphic Recorder will create visual murals of the conversations at ‘What Makes a Man’!
Reilly Dow is a Ryerson University Early Childhood Education Student, Graphic Recorder, Visual Artist, and Educator.
Reilly uses her abilities to listen and visually synthesize in her work as a graphic recorder. Her clients range from health care organizations, privately held businesses, educational institutions, and architectural firms to philanthropic organizations and non-profits. She is able to work in English, Spanish and French.
Reilly recently recorded the talks of 14 amazing speakers at TEDxRyerson Conference. Recent events include the G(irls) 20 Summit in Toronto, where Reilly created a visual representation of a roundtable discussion on the importance of role models, leadership and mentoring in participants’ lives.
Visit Reilly’s website to learn more at www.pinkfish.ca
WHAT IS GRAPHIC RECORDING?
Good question! Graphic recording is a powerful tool for synthesizing conversations, dialogues, meetings and events. The recorder creates large-format visuals in real time, tapping into the collective intelligence and wisdom of a group and bringing it to life with graphics.
These “murals” act as a public memory, and help participants in any meeting or conversation share complex ideas easily. Everyone feels acknowledged and recognizes that they are actively participating and being heard. Graphic recording increases understanding, productivity and creativity, and facilitates systems thinking. It also engages both the right and left sides of the brain.
10:30am – 3:30pm SCC 115, Student Campus Centre, 55 Gould St, Ryerson University
Lunch provided by Salad King.
Admission $10* (or pay what you can – free for Conference Delegates)
*All proceeds go to the White Ribbon Campaign*
Limited Seating – Register Today – firstname.lastname@example.org