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engage 10 Uses of Drawing

What drawing is remains a background question to the articles in this issue which look at the status of drawing in art practice and education, the impact of digital technology, and drawing as an educational tool. Contributors include: Eileen Adams, Campaign for Drawing; Gavin Maughfling, artist; Rose Montgomery-Whicher, University of Manitoba, Canada; Catherine Orbach, Tate Liverpool; Adela Zelenik, Moderna Galerija, Ljubljana.

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'Unframing Vision', pgs 10-17
Rose Montgomery-Whicher, Research affiliate at the Institute for Humanities, University of Manitoba, Canada

'The Centre for Drawing at Wimbledon School of Art', pgs 18-26
Angela Kingston, Curator, writer and Senior Researcher in Drawing, Wimbledon School of Art and Eric James Ziegeweid, completed MA Fine Art: Drawing at Wimbledon School of Art, August 2001

'The Pulverising Machine', pgs 27-33
Gavin Maughfling, Artist

'Drawing Power', pgs 34-39
Eileen Adams, Coordinator of POWER DRAWING, the education programme of the national Campaign for Drawing

'The Role of Drawing in Galleries', pgs 40-45
Catherine Orbach, Education Curator, Tate Liverpool

'Half-life', pgs 46-52
Karen Raney, Editor of engage, Lecturer MA Fine Art, University of East London

'What can we learn from the line?', pgs 53-57
Adela Zeleznik, Head of the Information Centre at Moderna Galerija, Ljubljana

'Drawing on ideas', pgs 58-62
Jem Main, Director, Study Gallery in conversation with Christopher Naylor, Director, engage

'Architects on drawing', pgs 63-67
Christophe Egret, Partner, Alsop Architects, London; Richard Horden, Partner, Horden Cherry Lee Architects, London; Hani Rashid, Architect and co-founder of ‘Asympote’, New York

'Reviews', pgs 68-70
Veronica Sekules, Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, University of East Anglia


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