The Learning Renaissance

The Importance of Drawing


Villa Joe, a pencil drawing by artist Paul Noble, one of four artists shortlisted for the Turner Prize in 2012. Photograph: Toby Melville/REUTERS

Harking back to an earlier post about being “illusterate“, here is a recent Guardian article exploring the importance of drawing in the curriculum. The author explores the importance of drawing as a medium of expression and of making sense of the world.

Why drawing needs to be a curriculum essential | The Guardian


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