On Art, Community, & Conflict

A graphic recording by Lydia Hooper of Fountain Visual Communications, in response to Tilt West Roundtable: Art, Community, & Conflict

Graphic recording by Lydia Hooper of Fountain Visual Communications

This May, Tilt West facilitated a roundtable discussion on Art, Community, and Conflict, at Colorado Creative Industries’ 2017 Summit in Breckenridge. Lydia Hooper of Fountain Visual Communications was there to make a graphic recording of the discussion (pictured above).


Lydia Hooper assists organizations in communicating about complex topics and collaborating in complex relationships. She offers services and trainings in communications strategy, data storytelling, graphic recording, and visual coaching. You can read her free ebook “Using Visuals to Support Collaboration” and learn more at www.fountainvisualcommunications.com

Tilt West’s mission is to promote critical discourse focused on arts and culture through live events and publishing efforts. We aim to provide a platform for inclusive community discussion and debate on a range of issues relevant to cultural production in Colorado and beyond. Views expressed here do not necessarily represent or reflect the opinions of the organization. For more information about our programs, including audio recordings of roundtable discussions, go to our website: tiltwest.org.

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