Sketchnoting is expressing and exploring ideas in visual way. Taking visual notes from a talk, a book, or series of ideas is a practical way to map your thoughts, observations and interpretations through combination of text and sketches. You do not have to be illustrators to be sketch noters. It is a fun way to explain yourself, practicing creative thinking and record ideas in more personal and memorable way. You can use it for taking notes in class, explaining projects and working with ideas.
Instructor: Sholeh Mahlouji, MA
Sholeh Mahlouji has a BA in Graphic Design and an MA in Illustration. She has worked as a graphic designer/illustrator with a number of children’s publications and educational organizations, and has developed and run various workshops for children and young adults such as block printing, puppet making, and illustration. Sholeh has also collaborated with Iranian National Section of IBBY (International Board on Books for Young People) as children’s book reviewer. She is passionate about sharing the joy of creating art with children and adults. Sholeh is now getting her second Master in Art Education at the University of British Columbia.