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Episode 2
A cross-disciplinary approach of drawing
Kelly Sharpening, Miraj Ahmed & Tony Thatcher

In this film, Kelly Chorpening, Miraj Ahmed and Tony Thatcher talk about design projects developed together, interlinking art, architecture, and dance. They also discuss issues such as "What is a good drawing?", "What is the relevance of drawing practice today?", thus instigating ways of renewing drawing practices from an interdisciplinary approach.

Kelly Chorpening is the Course Director of the BA (Hons) Drawing degree at Camberwell College of Arts, UAL. She is a member of the Centre for Drawing at UAL and one of the co-authors of the UAL Drawing Qualification units implemented in schools in the UK. Chorpening is also an artist specialising in drawing.

Miraj Ahmed is an an artist and architect. He is Associate Professor of the BA (Honours) Drawing course at Camberwell College of Arts, UAL, and a lecturer of one of the units in the Masters course at the Architectural Association School of Architecture.

Tony Thatcher is the Programme Leader in the MA Choreography at the Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance in London. Thatcher has been developing

projects in collaboration with the BA (Hons) Drawing

at Camberwell College of Arts and MA Drawing at Wimbledon College of Arts, UAL.

ISBN 978-85-8302-127-8

© 2017 por Pesquisa em desenho | Anelise Zimmermann

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