2B – Drawing Changes

Thinking through Drawing – online SYMPOSIUM

16.-18.10.2020

2020 has brought unprecedented health, environmental and human rights challenges that have required us to shift the way that we work, live, and interact in our daily lives.  Our communities are confronting inequality and injustice, and are demanding social change.  2B: Drawing Changes will provide context  in which to connect and converse about how our present moment is changing the ways that people make and share drawings, as well as drawing’s usefulness – as a tool for chronicling, confronting, conceiving and contributing  to opportunities for change that are presented by our times, our fears, our hopes and our hearts.
CALL FOR PRESENTERS AND WORKSHOP LEADERS: 
Please contact us if you are interested in leading a workshop or presenting your recent research findings.

During the live event we have 12 slots for interactive workshops, of 45 minutes each . We also invite proposals for pre-recorded drawing workshops and academic presentations. We are particularly interested in workshops underpinned by cognitive science and recent research findings, as well as relating to our theme of Drawing Changes #drawingchanges, and the Big Draw 2020 green theme #climateofchange  

We now invite you to submit proposals – please send an outline (100 word max) of your proposed workshop or presentation to drawingandcognition@gmail.com. Deadline: 1st August 2020.Those who are shortlisted will be invited to submit a 1 minute sample video.

DoBeDo – Silent Drawing Dialogues (Brew/Fält) at Art, Materiality and Representation
BRITISH MUSEUM/SOAS 1st-3rd JUNE 2018

DRAWING ROCKS!

​TtD 2018 Symposium​ – The Secret Drawing Room, BFI, Southbank, London

June 5-6th 2018
‘Drawing Rocks’ will bring together leading researchers, educators and drawing practitioners to continue our exploration of what drawing is, what it does, and how it does it.

To this end, we will share drawing practices and research findings, and discuss the many roles of drawing, .

The 2 day event will consist of practical workshops, presentations of recent cognitive research relating to drawing practices and learning, and discussions.

Please contact brewdrawing@gmail.com to reserve a place or to request further details.

More info at http://www.angiebrew.org/symposia–publications.html

https://www.angiebrew.org/drawing-rocks.html

 

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Prohibited line, Riina Näsi

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Remembrance Through Drawing
Heidi Hogden