Drawing-a-Day foldedsheets were specially commissioned for the BigDraw@Brighton and University College Falmouth. Both events were organised in association with the Campaign for Drawing and LearnHigher Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning.
selected text from the BigDraw@Brighton sheet:
TheBigDraw@Brighton is a chance to explore and share the role that drawing plays in each discipline and to discover new uses: improving observation skills, reinforcing memory, generating and communicating ideas or mapping structures. The Drawing-a-Day map is a different way of exploring your visual thinking and it’s as easy to use as a regular sketchbook. You can still concentrate on one panel at a time – what’s different is that you can also spread the sheet out to display a whole sequence. Strong enough to fold and re-fold as often as you like, the sheet contains enough blank sections for just over a month’s worth of daily drawings.
Here are some images from the Big Draw events at the University of Brighton and University College Falmouth…
Images are from the LearnHigher Visual Learning in Higher Education Drawing to Learn series; authors Pauline Ridley and Angela Rogers; published by the University of Brighton.