DRN2019: Embodied Drawing

The DRN Conference this year focussed on ‘Embodied Drawing’. The two-day event featured a series of paper presentations exploring concepts of embodied drawing from a variety of disciplines, followed by practical workshops highlighting individual’s research through practice. Thank you to all who contributed and participated in the event.Read more

DRN 2019: Embodied Drawing Schedule

Day 1: Thursday 11 July 2019 Cope Foyer: Edward Barnsley Building 9.00-9.40 Registration and Coffee Cope Auditorium Edward Barnsley Building Session 1: Chair: Dr Marion Arnold 9.45-10.10 Emma Robertson: Embodied Drawing for the Mind 10.10-10.35 Joanne Macdonald: Drawing Bodies 10.35-11.00 Paulo Luis Almeida: The Visit – Drawing as Naked Image 11.00-11.30 Break with refreshments 11.35-12.00Read more

tracing drawology

humhyphenhum (Deborah Harty & Phil Sawdon) #tracing drawology is the latest phase of the drawology project, curated by humpyphenhum. It is facilitated and supported by Yorkshire Sculpture Park. The drawology project sits within Deborah Harty’s wider practice-led research project, drawing is phenomenology.Read more

DRN 2019 Conference: Embodied Drawing

TRACEYDrawing Research Network Conference 11-12thJuly 2019 Conveners: Drawing Research Group, Loughborough University The conference aims to explore the notion of embodied drawing. By embodied drawing we suggest that ‘embodied’ could be synonymous with the act of drawing, that drawing is an act of embodiment. As such, the making of a mark expands to become an actRead more

Welcome to the DRN

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The Drawing Research Network (DRN) was established in 2001 as part of the The Big Draw.  The DRN is an international network of individuals and institutions who are involved in some way with improving our understanding of drawing, for example through professional practice, education or general interest. It aims to use this knowledge to raise the profileRead more