Drawing Ecologies - Upskilling Module

Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design

Drawing Ecologies uses drawing to help you engage with your own definition of the ‘natural’ world and communicate your ecological ideas to others

Date of entry

May 2021

Start date

May 2021

Duration

3 weeks

Study mode

Distance Learning

Location

Dundee City Campus

Course dates: Monday 17 May 2021 - Friday 4 June 2021

This three week online course will explore the importance of drawing across multiple disciplines engaging with the environmental challenges we face. You will discover how a drawing practice can be part of personal ecologies and contemporary wellbeing strategies by investigating observational and experimental drawing practices between living organisms and their physical environment.

During the course you will expand your methods and processes for drawing, including the environmental implications of practice, methods and materials, providing you with an introduction to contemporary environmental approaches to art.

This course is assessed via a completed body of work created throughout the course and a final presentation.

The course will be delivered by Tania Kovats.

As part of the Scottish Funding Council’s initiative to upskill the Scottish workforce, funding up to 100% of the course fee is available to eligible applicants. If you wish to apply for funding please indicate this when placing your note of interest in the course. Funded places are limited.

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