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You are warmly welcome to join us at the Imagination Club on Wednesday, 10 November at 18h45 for an interactive, experimental workshop on:

By Martine Vanremoortele


Tired of boring and unproductive slide presentations? At your next business meeting, instead of minutes or bulleted lists, try sketchnoting. It's a creative and effective technique for capturing the thinking of the group.

Benefits of sketchnoting:

  • establishing a joint focus

  • promoting interactivity and involvement

  • fostering efficient and enjoyable collaboration

  • creating shared meanings

  • leading to better listening and better recollection of the issues discussed

In this workshop you will learn the basic principles of ad hoc drawing for business. You learn to make your notes less linear, more meaningful and more useful in general for the group.

Forget about “but, I cannot draw". Instead: play with the eight building blocks of sketchnotes, join our visual jam and sketch your business (or life) challenges and see new ways of solving them.

About Martine

Martine Vanremoortele traded 15 years of experience in communication and marketing for her love of creativity and “strange stuff”. She is a crew member at New Shoes Today. In Martine’s case, creative expression comes from a drawing pen. She found a way to combine management experience, community work and love for colors & drawing in graphic work. She is now a Visual Harvester, also known as a "graphic recorder".

Graphic Recording is a visual method for capturing the thinking of a group or individual. It’s a specialized service performed mostly in meetings or group settings. Graphic recording is useful when people gather to talk and discuss things that are important and relevant to them. As they talk, a graphic recorder works to distill the essence of what they are talking about into large, wall size, graphic displays. Basically creating a map or mural of their discussion, so they can “see what they mean” and easily share that thinking with others.




Wednesday, 10 November 2010
Time:18.45 to 20.30


Herdersstraat 30
(in French: rue du Berger 30)
1050 Brussels

Just a short walk from Porte de Namur metro station


How much?

A donation of €10 to cover expenses including materials, drinks, snacks, etc.



Please reply to your invitation e-mail or follow this link to sign up for for this workshop.

  1. Andy Whittle
  2. Jeffrey Baumgartner
  3. Martine Vanremoortele
  4. Chiara Simonelli
  5. Sammy Dellicour
  6. Ingrid Kreksch
  7. Molly Katz
  8. Chris Needham
  9. Gina Griffith
  10. Patrice van e Walle
  11. Camelia Dogaru
  12. DS
  13. Richard Bishop
  14. Bob Ward
  15. MF
  16. Carolyn Dare
  17. Sarah Sutherland-Sherriff
  18. Corinna
  19. Marie Hélène André
  20. Adrian S Petrescu
  21. Marc Bacon
  22. Leire Jaime Calafel
  23. David Anciaux
  24. Kevin Scarlett *
  25. Wiebke Herding *
  26. Sigrid Ramault *
  27. Steve Clemens *

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