Drawing to Learn. Drawing to Share.
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Drawing to Learn. Drawing to Share.
We need to think constantly in terms of “drawing to learn” and “drawing to share”; to identify which is one is primary at any given moment; and to practice, guide, or provide feedback accordingly. Failure to do this can result in the extreme consequence of total rejection of drawing as an option for mark-making. Much research has already been done. We just need to pull the threads together, weave, and believe.
Curated by Lisa Hosokawa
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