Can you make a drawing without using your hands? Can you make a drawing of something you can't see? Can you make a drawing using something that you can't see?.....Can you make a drawing using something that you can't see?.....We pose these questions and more as part of our innovative drawing programmes. Utilising an experimental approach, we work on the basic skills that make a good drawer: control, self discipline, ability to experiment and perseverance.

Drawing

A teacher in full flow, taking part in our experimental drawing CPD, which provided activities that would extend and re-invigorate drawing in the classroom
There's no way around it. Drawing from observation is hard work. Here we demonstrate how to engage students with exciting materials and subject matter
There's no way around it. Drawing from observation is hard work. Here we demonstrate how to engage students with exciting materials and subject matter
There's no way around it. Drawing from observation is hard work. Here we demonstrate how to engage students with exciting materials and subject matter
There's no way around it. Drawing from observation is hard work. Here we demonstrate how to engage students with exciting materials and subject matter
There's no way around it. Drawing from observation is hard work. Here we demonstrate how to engage students with exciting materials and subject matter
There's no way around it. Drawing from observation is hard work. Here we demonstrate how to engage students with exciting materials and subject matter
There's no way around it. Drawing from observation is hard work. Here we demonstrate how to engage students with exciting materials and subject matter
There's no way around it. Drawing from observation is hard work. Here we demonstrate how to engage students with exciting materials and subject matter
There's no way around it. Drawing from observation is hard work. Here we demonstrate how to engage students with exciting materials and subject matter
There's no way around it. Drawing from observation is hard work. Here we demonstrate how to engage students with exciting materials and subject matter

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