imagineer.me guides schools, universities, government, and individuals in Visual Literacy.
imagineer.me delivers brand new pedagogy based on the latest research, and best practice in creative and critical thinking. With a research Masters in Visual Art, Kelly-Ann Denton (Chief Visual Officer) has developed programs that connect individuals and organisations to their visual minds, improving imagination and communication. The neuroscience is both underwritten and pioneered by Professor David Alais.
Chief Visual Officer BVA Hons., MVA (Syd)
Kelly-Ann commenced a visual art, language and visual culture practice in 1993. She has designed visual education and imagination programs for two decades and written curricula for schools, universities, and government.
The material has been consistently updated with new research related to the visual mind and neuroplasticity and she leads in the field of visual literacy for adults. Her expertise is founded on a comprehensive understanding of how we see, how we imagine and how we remember in order to make sense of our environments and create realities.
Professor - School of Psychology BA Hons., Dip Arts, PhD
David is a professor of experimental psychology at the University of Sydney with twenty years’ experience in studying how the brain combines the senses into a vision of the external world. His particular interests are in understanding how the brain deals with ambiguity and gaps in knowledge when building its perception of the world.
Professor Alais spent a decade working overseas in the USA, France and Italy with world leaders in the field of perception and sensory neuroscience and heads an active multisensory research group in Sydney studying vision, touch and hearing.
In order to realise creative kids and creative schools we need imaginative teachers
Book a 90 Minute Blast to better understand how
We can come to your school or conference
Blasts are a great way to give everyone in your school a comprehensive understanding of the breadth and scope of imagination, creativity and critical thinking.
We learn about:
• The Visual Mind and why it is so important for creative thinking.
• Imagination: (Where it is located in the brain. Also, how to use it)
• Creativity (vs Imagination & Innovation)
• Blocks to Imagination and how to see them (How this effects Critical Thinking)
• The Process Driven Teacher vs The Imaginative Teacher
• Creative Problem Solving
• Critical Thinking • Creativity • Collaboration • Communication
• Visual Literacy
You can even invite parents!
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