Participants paint a term provided by the facilitator together in a small group. The pictures are presented to the other groups and discussed.
- Participants are split up in small groups of 3 to 5 people. Each group receives paper for drawing and pens.
- The facilitator names a topic, a spontaneous question or term related to the topic (What would an ideal office look like?).
- The group members draw a picture regarding the proposed idea or term. This should take about 15 mins (possibly with light background music.
- Each group presents their picture to the other groups who then can guess the content and the message of the picture.
- Next, each group comments on their own picture. The facilitator jots down key words on cards. These are then placed onto the pin board next to the pictures.
- After all groups have presented their pictures, the keywords are analysed and possibly clustered.
- The collected keywords can serve as a starting point for further work on the subject. Thus focus topics for forming work groups can be identified.
- Big sheets of paper for each group,
- Crayons or markers in different colours
- Cards, pins and a pin board
- possibly music