Join the next KTE COP Toronto Chapter speaking and webinar event!
The Visual Communication Toolkit will introduces participants to best practices for creating and effectively disseminating research-based visual materials.
In this session, participants will learn:
- the why and how of audience engagement and key message generation
- fundamental principles of design and their application in the context of knowledge mobilization
- useful tips and resources to advance the transition between ideation and creation of visual communication materials.
Finally, participants will engage in a discussion on how to work with creative teams.
Date: January 22, 2019
Time: 4 to 6 PM
How to participate
In person: 481 University Avenue, Suite 800, Toronto, Ontario M5G 2E9
Via webinar: Login details will be emailed to you with the registration confirmation.
About the Speaker
Julia Krolik is an information designer, data scientist, artist and entrepreneur. Her diverse background enables a rare cross-disciplinary empathy and she continuously advocates for effective research communication with the public. Formally educated in the sciences, her work includes published research in microbiology, geospatial analytics, public health, and groundwater quality. As an award-winning artist, Julia fuses scientific methodology into her creative process.
Julia is the founder of Art the Science, a non-profit organization facilitating artist residencies in scientific research laboratories across Canada to foster public engagement in art and science. Through her consulting agency Pixels and Plans, Julia and her team work with private and public organizations, helping them with information design, data visualization, communication strategies and knowledge mobilization.