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May 28th, 2021 2:00 PM through  4:00 PM
Online event - link will be provided
United Kingdom
Event Fee(s)
Member Price £ 0.00
Guest Price £ 75.00


This workshop has been organised by Dr Mark J.P. Kerrigan, Plymouth College of Art, and the Newer Researchers Network.

In this workshop participants will work with elements of storytelling and visual tools on how to disseminate the information from their research and how to escape the “matrix” to add more variety to diagrams and conceptual/analytical models.

Learning Outcomes: By the end of this session, the successful participant will be expected to be able to:

● Explore different ways of storytelling disseminating information using visual language.
● Explore some different ways to represent complex conceptual models.
● Appreciate the possibilities and potential of visual research methodologies.

Assumed participant knowledge: Participants are encouraged to take the first workshop but not specialist knowledge is required.

Materials required: Pen, papers, smart phone, internet connection


Dr. Beatriz Acevedo, National Teaching Fellow is an artist and educator with more than 25 years teaching in higher education. She is also a Creative Oracle, aiming to re-kindle the creative talents of individuals, academics and organisations, through a number of creative-based and art-based methods, as well as methods from systems thinking, lateral thinking and design thinking. She is a big fan of drawing and visuality, and she has organised conferences in the topic of vision in organizational research, thinking through drawing, creative super powers and open studios.

Dr. Romas Malevicius is a nationally recognised and award-winning lecturer in Sustainability and Ethics and PRME (Principles for Responsible Management Education) Coordinator at the University of Salford. Advanced HE Fellow (FHEA), creative and passionate about sustainability and education for sustainability (EfS) expert. Business consultant with 10 years’ experience in business and management education and community engagement.

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