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Copy of Creative Environments
Transcript of Copy of Creative Environments
Consultation & Planning
We will meet all project participants, beneficiaries and stakeholders prior to the delivery of the project to ensure that we are practicing in the best interests of all.
This is also a period for gathering intitial ideas and information.
We use creative activities within this stage to give people a flavour of the practical work that we will be doing, and to begin forming productive relationships.
"participants" refers to anyone engaging in an activity who is not a facilitator, this could be a service user, therapist or student - we make no distinction.
The first part of the project will use short, stand alone activities to
establish levels of engagement, channels of communication and how the group dynamic will best function.
Once we have formed the group we will begin to explore the overall theme of the river. We will do this by going out to a local river and exploring the Kawa metaphor. We will record images through drawing, photography and film, and gather as much information as possible on the form of the river.
Participants will be encouraged to identify with the river as a way of exploring their own identities.
We will be using the language of the Kawa
to help "frame" people's thinking.
- what are the barriers in you river?
- when does your river flow most freely?
- How would you like your river to flow?
This is the end stage of the project. We will re visit the river that was the origional inspiration for the work. We will reflect upon how the project has been, how the space has changes, and how we feel about our part of that change.
This part of the project is all about telling the story, and will also include a celebration on the last day
The CIEN structure was devised by David Nixon.
The structure was originally designed as an educational tool to engage young people who had been excluded from education.
It has its foundations in Motivational Theory
For more information about the CIEN structure, please contact email@example.com
Communication - Identity - Environment - Narrative (CIEN)
07462 122 698
conventionally we have considered ourselves to be connected to
our environments via our occupations and technologies.
The Kawa approach conceptualises us as our environments,
and our environments as us.
Kawa Creative takes this premise to develop creative, environment orientated projects which encourage the participants to explore new
skills, experiences, perceptions, and ideas.
What kind of activities do we use...
Through our projects we seek to
create and transform
...a river is a story.
This is an example of
how a Kawa Creative
project is developed.
The process, like the content, is a story.
Film & Photography
This stage will form the main bulk of the practical work. The lead artists will work with the group to teach and facilitate process which incorporate the material gathered by the project participants.
This will begin the environmental transformation.