Category Archives: Graffiti

Cultural Graffiti: A 5 Day Experiment – Day 5 – Guidelines for Graffiti

This is the final day of the 5 Day Experiment exploring Cultural Graffiti, and it asks you to create your Guidelines: for yourself, and others. How will you help people to find a voice and be heard? How will you … Continue reading

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Cultural Graffiti: A 5 Day Experiment – Day 4 – Silent Voices

This is Day 4 of a 5 Day Experiment that i am sharing around ‘Cultural Graffiti’. You can jump in here, or revisit the first post from Monday. Some voices are always loud, whilst others are silent, or silenced. Consider … Continue reading

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Cultural Graffiti: A 5 Day Experiment – Day 3 – Sanctioned Subversion

Today may be the hardest day of this 5 Day Experiment, because i want you to create a sanctioned space for subversion. You may feel that you can complete this activity, or it may daunt you: it’s fine not to … Continue reading

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Cultural Graffiti: A 5 Day Experiment – Day 2 – Curation

Throughout this week i am sharing my latest ‘5 Day Experiment’, a structured way to explore a topic within your own Organisation. This one is about ‘Cultural Graffiti’. Feel free to share your results in the comments, on Twitter, or … Continue reading

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Cultural Graffiti: A 5 Day Experiment – Day 1 – Spaces

The ‘5 Day Experiment’ format is a call to action: a structured exploration of a topic, based in daily activities that just take a few minutes. In this 5 Day Experiment we will explore Cultural Graffiti, the voices that are … Continue reading

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Cultural Graffiti: A 5 Day Experiment

I had a great response to the format of the 5 Day Experiment i recently shared around ‘Storytelling in Social Leadership’. It was the first in a series of these practical activities, and today i am sharing the structure of … Continue reading

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Graffiti Story #2

I found this graffiti in Berlin, sprayed around the city, in front of offices, or shop doorways. In this, the second of a series of Graffiti Stories, i wanted to reflect on the story that is being told, and what … Continue reading

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Graffiti Story #1

As part of the Storytelling Certification, i’m asking people to curate a piece of graffiti, and analyse it. And i realised i wanted to have a go at this myself, so today i’m sharing a piece i found in New … Continue reading

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Sanctioned Subversion and Cultural Graffiti

Today i completed the design of the fourth week of the Storytelling Certification that i’m working on. I shared some of the work earlier, and described it like this: it’s not about ‘how to tell a story’, but rather about … Continue reading

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Cultural Graffiti

I’m running a session for only the second time tomorrow, on Cultural Graffiti: it’s an interactive session, with two poets, and a musician, exploring hidden and claimed voices, unheard wisdom, and how formal control can never fully silence social voices. … Continue reading

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