WeALLDraw Book 2015
165 pages of drawing exercises, workshop outlines, presentations, papers and symposium proceedings from We ALL Draw, TtD symposium 2015.
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We ALL Draw, by Michelle Fava, 2015
Michelle Fava edited and produced this brilliant compilation of drawing workshops, born from our 2015 TtD We ALL Draw Symposium. The whole book is available here, and below are tasters of some of the workshops. You can purchase individual workshops and make your own customised collection of TtD educational resources. Please contact email@example.com for downloads.
Coming Soon: Handmade TtD Resource Folders.
INDEX OF WORKSHOPS:
Drawing as an Act of Generosity
In which we draw “atomic balls of string” with charcoal on newsprint, and something brand new jumps out of the page.
Thinking Space/Drawing Space
In which we draw the process of unfolding origami boxes, making three dimensions become two, and back again
The Ambidextrous Drawing
In which we explore the bilateral symmetry of insects using both our hands, and the rest of our bodies too.
In which, we draw on the wall while sitting on it and we become quite tired, but very happy.
Angela Rogers & Duncan Bullen
In which we explore ambiguity and polarised thinking through collaborative drawing, then we negotiate, surrender and share control
Navigating Irreducible Humanity (with a pencil)
In which we create tasks for others to follow in drawing humble objects from observation, we start off silently, and then continue quietly
In which we describe an object with words before drawing it, as talking and drawing go hand in hand.
Collaborative, Narrative Drawing
Lucy Lyons, Philippa Lyon & Patrick Letschka
In which narratives are read out loud as participants draw, and we use our imagination.
Makers of Imagery
Susan Beniston & Cynthia Hellyer Heinz
In which a collaborative 3D installation using both traditional and non-traditional materials is made as our drawing jumps out of the page.
Collaborative Network Drawing
Clare Scanlon & Paul Grivell
In which points and lines are connected and so are we.
Explore Where You Are
Rosie James & Marcia Teusink
In which we draw and stitch a collaborative mural based on observations and historical photos, to slow down and reflect on the place where we are.
On Loneliness and Contact
In which we make a large scale, collaborative floor drawing with ink on paper, and are alone with others.
A River Runs Through Us
In which quick sketches at the river’s edge prompt metaphorical drawings of the self the river inspires us, and we feel whole.
Animating the Bargehouse
In which many drawings create an animated projection, then we all go up to the attic and it comes alive
In which we pull faces while we draw them