Mediterranean Women and Democracy
These workshops are held by 2 design educators for a group of 10-15 students and 5-10 NGO/CSO representative. Based on our very rich experience during many workshops across the world, we have developed a perfectly defined structure
for our classroom work to maximize its benefits for the participants.
Participants will receive a brief, including instructions and informationsrelated to the project.
The first day, we will show talk, discuss and show some relevant work and participants to take part of these discussions very actively. Time for questions...
|The 2nd day, everyone is about to start the actual creative work for a poster.
They will all come up with some ideas, sketches, a conceptual map, rough and more specifically the
identification of rhetorical figures to generate ideas for their design.
Day 3 is the to finalise sketching, choose colors, tune the typography and set the final composition.
On day 4, the day before the end of the workshop, as soon as the posters are finished, we will display them on the wall, discuss in the classroom. This interactive step will likely include exchanges ideas in the classroom and we will see if more changes are needed....
The last day of the workshop is the printing day, exhibition installation, opening preparation...
We will surely try to envourage participants to engage discussion with the visitors... Take note of their remarks, comments and approaches.
A successful workshop is the one that has results to share!