Explore the practical and engaging art of visual display, incorporating an understanding of timeless pattern languages and key visual merchandising techniques. This in-depth workshop is constructed in three parts: a classroom overview of concepts, a triad group exploration using the exhibit floor and a collaborative learning debrief in a discussion den format using group photos and findings. Take away both inspiration and practices for immediate use no matter your size or situation. Limit 30 participants committed to the entire time block (the collaborative nature of the workshop is built around full participation).
A thought leader researching the pattern languages of successful library systems, Uhrik pulls from her experience as co-owner of Franklin Fixtures and from her expertise as a developmental psychologist and organizational development specialist. Lisa is a passionate library and literacy advocate who appreciates the success of a unique visual within a physical and interactive display. By serving libraries small and large, she has seen benchmark practices that she hopes to share in the interest of improving literacy and library engagement across the country.
ALA Unit/Subunit: ALA
Meeting Type: Ticketed Event
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