The thesis of Design for Worldview is that we all share an innate creativity, whether we see ourselves as creative or not. We also share innate, unconscious biases that affect how we see the world, how we interact with others, and even how we see ourselves. As you will find, our creativity cannot erase our bias.
But it can and should be leveraged to bring awareness to, and disrupt our biases. Community Design Studio is excited to offer this opportunity to think about both unconscious bias awareness and the design-thinking experience. Consider this your invitation to experience empathy and to translate it into personal action.
Anyone interested in learning more about unconcious bias and/or the design-thinking process
A free, two-hour design-thinking workshop faciliated by Communty Design Studio
The Winston-Salem Foundation, Neill Boardroom
751 West Fourth Street Winston-Salem, NC 27101
May 23, 2017
6:00 – 8:00 PM
Light snacks will be provided.Add to Calendar
Design for Worldview is limited to 35 participants, register now before it's too late!register on eventbrite
Interested in hosting a future workshop at your organization? Send us an e-mail and let us know what you're thinking.
The Design for Worldview toolkit was created by Emi Kolawole of the Stanford d.school in collaboration with Amy Lazarus of Inclusion Ventures. It was a project of the Stanford d.school Media Experiments Project which ran from 2015–2016 and was funded by Knight Foundation.
Check out their TED Talk or read Emi's Medium article.