Image: Natasha Mayo Studio Practice
Drawing In Between: Interdisciplinary Learning Through Drawing
I’ll be exhibiting work from my series of Synchronous Hermaphrodites embroideries at the Howard Gardens Gallery in Cardiff next week to coincide with Cardiff School of Art & Design’s Drawing in Between seminar.
Drawing is the first means by which we reach out and respond to the world and increasingly, the means by which artists are questioning our understanding of it. This seminar aims to examine the capacity of drawing as a cognitive tool, specifically how drawing might be used to gain access to, explore and communicate other bodies of knowledge.
It will examine how drawing is currently employed across the disciplines including textiles, ceramics, illustration, and how drawing can articulate the spaces between art and science, mathematics and sound.
Speakers at the event include:
The project is funded by HEA and so CSAD are able to offer places at the seminar free of charge as a precursor to a larger event in the future. Its aim is to provoke discussion into the potential for drawing to extend research and learning within an art school. To book your place please email Angie Dutton adutton [at] cardiffmet.ac.uk or call 029 20416628.