The Daily Draw

Isn’t it true that one of the goals of the education system is to develop creative thinkers? Well, just as reading each day can improve students’ literacy skills, daily drawing exercises can improve observational skills, literacy, communication and, of course, encourage creativity. Try your hand at a series of exercises designed to make drawing enjoyable for you and your students. Learn how using different media and ways of drawing can add interest and excitement to the drawing routine. Return to your classroom with a toolbox of ideas so that you can implement in a Daily Draw in your schedule.

Target Audience

Primary and Intermediate Teachers

To Bring/Important Notes

We will be creating a kit for this workshop. Please pick up your kit from Two Rivers Gallery in the week of Spring Fling:

Tuesday, April 20 | 10am - 5pm
Wednesday, April 21 |10am - 5pm
Thursday, April 22 | 10am - 9pm.

Sessions

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

This session is full.

1:30 PM - 2:30 PM

This session is full.


Presenter

  • Two Rivers Gallery
    Anna-Maria Lawrie

    Anna-Maria Lawrie is an artist and educator based in Prince George, BC.  During the work day, she facilitates art activities for people ages 2 – 102. In her free time, she draws with pencil and thread, sculpts with fabric and wood, and follows her curiosity where it takes her, whether it be a new cookie recipe, a new fiddle tune or a new art medium. Continued learning keeps you young, and a daily draw can be part of the learning process.