Drawing to See and Experiment

Sue Pedley
Explore creative and innovative drawing processes suited to a classroom environment.
Target Audience
Primary and year 7-10 Visual Arts teachers
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Learning Areas

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General Description

Explore creative and innovative drawing processes suited to a classroom environment. Experience a variety of traditional drawing processes and media (ink, charcoals, pencils and pastels) and unconventional /contemporary/ experimental ideas and media with a focus on sharing, adapting and expanding ideas to teach drawing. There will also be an opportunity to explore and experiment with drawing as a 3-dimensional form.

Drawing experiences include collaborative line drawing; sighting perspective; drawing the unseen/invisible (sound, vibrations, wifi, scent, textures); light tone and sighting in perspective; colour mixing and abstract pattern; performative figure drawing with ink; drawing 3d using stitching with plant fibres from the garden. The practical drawing exercises and slide presentation will provide a wide range of creative drawing possibilities linking to the visual arts years 7-10 curriculum. This practical drawing day offers sensory experiences and sharing of creative ideas in the classroom.

Audience

Primary and year 7-10 Visual Arts teachers

Available Delivery Formats

This course contributes to 5.5 professional development hours.

Occurrences

  Start Date Location Availability Price    
Enrol Now 16/11/2018 Sydney Inner West Places available $357 + GST Enrol Now

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About the team


Sue Pedley

Creator

Sue is an artist and a tutor who has conducted professional training courses for art teachers in primary and secondary school for 7 years. Sue teaches drawing at College of Fine Art, the Art Workshop at University of Sydney, the National Art School and visual communication at UTS. Sue exhibits regularly in Australia and overseas, most recently in Japan in the Setouchi Art Triennial (2010) and the Echigo Art Triennial (2006).