International Drawing and Cognition Research

We are an interdisciplinary research network. We meet annually, foster collaboration and publish on drawing and cognition.

2013 Schedule on 26/08/2013 at 13:18

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Thursday, October 24 at Teachers College

Thursday is devoted to concurrent presentations by artists and researchers from the Drawing Research Network, followed by drawing performances in the evening and an opportunity to view the ‘Tracing Experience’ exhibition in the Macy Gallery.

Friday, October 25 at the Metropolitan Museum

The Friday sessions will be held in the galleries and Uris Education Center at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The day will consist primarily of participatory drawing workshops, conducted by museum staff and invited guests, which will engage participants in the museum spaces and collections in novel ways. Please sign up at the registration desk to ensure a place in your chosen workshops.

A mid-day plenary session, “Drawing as a tool for thought,” will highlight key issues in drawing pedagogy, research and practice.
Saturday, October 26 at Teachers College, Columbia University

Saturday will find us back at Teachers College for a series of panel discussions with experts from a range of disciplines. The conference will end on Saturday evening with a reception for the concurrent drawing exhibition in the Macy Gallery at Teachers College, entitled, “Tracing Experience.”

2013 Schedule on 26/08/2013 at 13:18

Click on specific days for links to detailed schedules. Please check back for updates.

Thursday, October 24 at Teachers College

Thursday is devoted to concurrent presentations by artists and researchers from the Drawing Research Network, followed by drawing performances in the evening and an opportunity to view the ‘Tracing Experience’ exhibition in the Macy Gallery.

Friday, October 25 at the Metropolitan Museum

The Friday sessions will be held in the galleries and Uris Education Center at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The day will consist primarily of participatory drawing workshops, conducted by museum staff and invited guests, which will engage participants in the museum spaces and collections in novel ways. Please sign up at the registration desk to ensure a place in your chosen workshops.

A mid-day plenary session, “Drawing as a tool for thought,” will highlight key issues in drawing pedagogy, research and practice.
Saturday, October 26 at Teachers College, Columbia University

Saturday will find us back at Teachers College for a series of panel discussions with experts from a range of disciplines. The conference will end on Saturday evening with a reception for the concurrent drawing exhibition in the Macy Gallery at Teachers College, entitled, “Tracing Experience.”