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Leonardo da Vinci: Drawing them in Teacher CPD

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Millennium Gallery

48 Arundel Gate

Sheffield

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Drawing them in

Leonardo da Vinci is the perfect example of an artist who saw the connections between art and design and invention, science and language, and who shows this in his drawings. Join us for these hands on sessions, which will allow you to use his work as inspiration.

"I can't draw" is probably the most often heard comment in the classroom, it is heard in the staffroom and even occasionally at Primary Teachers Art Network meetings! How do we change perceptions of drawing so that we can engage all pupils (and teachers) with it? How do we make it inclusive? We will look at how we can draw to invent, communicate ideas as well as create imaginary designs, for now and for the future. This session will include a range of practical activities linked to many curriculum areas.

Suitable for all key stages and subject areas.

This CPD will be led by Susan Coles, an independent educator, critical friend, advisor, consultant, artist, and networker. Susan is a former President of National Society for Education in Art and Design (NSEAD) and a current member of Council, and represents Europe on the world council of the International Society for Education through Art (InSEA). Susan is an Associate of The Big Draw and Secretary to the All Party Parliamentary Group on Art Education. Find out more www.artcrimes.org.uk Twitter @theartcriminal

There is a linked session on Thursday 14 March 4-6pm - What is Drawing?


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