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Drawing in the Classroom

"For me, drawing has always been the most fundamental way of engaging the world. I am convinced that it is only through drawing that I actually look at things carefully. The act of drawing makes me conscious of what I am looking at. If I wasn't drawing, I sense that I would not be seeing...I went to a lecture of [Frank Wilson] in Boston a few months ago and at the lecture he said, 'When children are prevented from drawing, their brains don't develop fully.' I found that a very compelling argument for why drawing is essential to understanding form...For me, drawing has always been a primary way of encountering reality." --Milton Glaser, graphic designer


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