memberships, collaborations, and coaches
The HATCH project brings together researchers and practitioners in order to explore, expand, uncover and incubate themes around drawing. HATCH is a forum for practical experimentation, collaborative initiatives, discussion and criticism, and exhibition and exposition. HATCH hopes to create and encourage an environment for drawing - and drawing conversation - that reflects the broadest investigation of methods and outcomes.
Seven Stones Leadership is committed to bringing the promise and practices of exquisite sufficiency to individuals and organizations. Through coaching, leadership retreats and training, Seven Stones offers you a new world view: one wide enough and deep enough to heal a planet; one generative enough to build a new model for doing business and defining success; one far reaching enough to generate new metrics and a new economics; and one solid enough to allow people to experience deeply the truth of who they are.
The International Forum of Visual Practitioners (IFVP) is an informal community of like-minded individuals – bound together by strong beliefs in the power of ‘visual thinking.’ IFVP comes together to share experiences, trade resources, support and encourage each other, and, year by year, raise the profile of our unique and growing profession.
The Drawing Research Network (DRN) was established in 2001 as part of the Campaign for Drawing. The DRN is an international network of individuals and institutions who are involved in some way with improving our understanding of drawing, for example through professional practice, education or general interest. It aims to use this knowledge to raise the profile of drawing and drawing research.
For mind-body leaders and those who serve and lead intentional groups: teachers, facilitators, seminar and retreat presenters. Ken Nelson and Lesli Lang specialize in helping professionals and individuals who want to leave this world a better place. Learn the art of facilitating individuals and groups through presencing, listening, reflecting, encouraging, questioning, intervening and clearing.