Stina Brown is an accomplished meeting and retreat designer, facilitator, visual practitioner, teacher and consultant. She has an extensive background in visual and creative theory and design, strategic planning, visioning, skills training and group, team and organizational development. She works with clients in Vancouver, BC, Canada and internationally. Stina recognizes she is a visitor on the un-ceded Coast Salish territory of the sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), sel̓íl̓witulh (Tsleil-Waututh), and xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam) nations.
Stina is a writer/researcher and fine artist in addition to the work she does building living systems and organizations through her consulting, training and visual facilitation services. She is a member of the International Forum of Visual Practitioners and coaches/advises a number of boards. Stina is based in Vancouver, BC. Stina holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications and Art from the University of Calgary and is a life-long learner.
Fine Arts and Publishing
Stina is also a fine artist and writer. She loves figure drawing, plein air painting and pastel and large-scale drawing. She illustrated The Day The Zoo Came To Visit and authors a chapter on “Connecting the Self to the Planet” in the new anthology: Drawn Together Through Visual Practice: https://visualpracticebook.com/
In this anthology, 27 contributors share experience-based methods and insights. Leading professionals in visual practice, alongside cross-disciplinary practitioners in other fields, delve into deep and resonant questions at the core of connection and communication. Purchase Drawn Together here, through Amazon.com (USA).
Stina holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications and Art from the University of Calgary and Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA. Stina is a proud member of the International Forum of Visual Practitioners. Stina volunteers with QMUNITY and is passionate about LGBT issues, especially involving youth. She supports Out on Screen/Out in Schools, Canopy Planet, RAVEN, Georgia Straight Alliance, numerous young social change agents and local economy/food movements. She is an avid nature lover, originally from the South Okanagan and based in Vancouver, BC, Canada.
To contact Stina, please email her: stina at stinabrown.com, call 604-612-8563 or fill out the form below.