Systems ScribingSystems Scribing is a visual practice that combines scribing—visually representing ideas while people talk—with systems thinking. This is an emerging, tangible approach to representing dynamics, occurring in the moment and over time, between a scribe and a social body.” — k.b.

During her 90-minute workshop with 143 practitioners worldwide, Kelvy Bird shares her personal journey, combining art, science, facilitation, and systems thinking.

She walks us through the origins of her philosophy as articulated in her 2018 publication, Generative Scribing: A Social Art of the 21st Century, and the evolution of the practice.

An edited video recording and recap of this June 29th workshop… available to Members of our TVW Learning Community on Mighty Networks (and anyone who would like to join).

This online workshop is free to all participants. Members of our TVW Learning Community on Mighty Networks will have access to the recording and resources.

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Workshop Host

Kelvy Bird is an artist and internationally recognized scribe, translating content and dynamics into visual, tangible formats to aid with reflection and decision-making. She has worked in the fields of human and organizational development since 1992, with a focus on collaboration, collective intelligence, and systems thinking.
As a co-founder of the Presencing Institute, Kelvy has been core to the development of Global Forums, u.lab, and most recently GAIA Journey, a COVID-19 response and inquiry into civilizational renewal.  In 2016, she co-edited the anthology: Drawn Together through Visual Practice, and in 2018 released Generative Scribing: A Social Art of the 21st Century – setting the frameworks for numerous workshops and teaching of visual practice. She received a BFA and BA from Cornell University, and currently lives in Somerville, MA USA.
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