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Online Publising of Papers – deadline extended to June 11th

Just a quick update to thank all of those contributors who have uploaded their papers on Process.Arts, there is a great selection of papers with a lot of hits and reads already.

Due to the long bank holiday here in the UK we are giving everyone until Monday 11th June at 5pm GMT to upload their papers after which I will create a designated page on this site to easliy access all of the papers.

We look forward to seeing the rest of the papers.

Plans for the third and final installment, Drawing Out: 2013 due to take place in Melbourne are in progress  – so watch this space for more details.

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Drawing Out: 2012 – Online Publication with Process Arts

Thanks so much for your continued support and involvement with the Drawn Out Network, the next phase is online publication, with the hope  to expand, explore and continue the conversations started at the Drawn Out Conference.

The website we have chosen to do this is called process.arts.ac.uk, an open online resource sharing day-to-day arts practice and research of art, design and media staff, students, alumni and practitioners associated with and supported by University of the Arts London.

Regards phyisical, print publication, we have decided to wait until after next years conference in order to have a more complete picture when printing and presenting our findings.

We will be launching this officically in early June but please follow the link below to see it progressing:

http://process.arts.ac.uk/category/project-groups/drawing-out-2012

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Conference Locations and Downloads for 29th and 30th March

Chelsea site – 29th March 2012

Please enter through building labelled A – The Millbank entrance


Wimbledon Site – 30th March 2012

Please enter through main gates and follow directions


Feel Free to click the links below to download PDFs of the schedule and Welcome packs including all Bios and Abstracts for the 29th and 30th March

Drawing Out 2012 schedule download

 

Bios and Abstracts – Welcome Pack Download

 

 

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Tickets now on sale for Drawn Out: 2012 29th March 2012 – 30th March 2012

Tickets now on sale for Drawn Out: 2012 29th March 2012 – 30th March 2012

Event Description:

Thursday 29th March 2012 Chelsea College of Art and Design, 45 Millbank, London

Friday 30th March 2012  Wimbledon College of Art, Merton Hall Road, London

Event Package Options:

DRAWING OUT: 2012 Early Bird Price (Offer Ends 7th Feb 2012) Cost£100.00

DRAWING OUT: 2012 PHD Cost £50.00

To buy tickets please follow this link:

http://estore.arts.ac.uk/browse/extra_info.asp?compid=1&modid=2&prodid=57&deptid=178&catid=27

More Information:

The premise that now drives The Drawn Out Network  and Conferences was  seeded  during the  first cross disciplinary    UAL / RMIT  drawing meeting  held in Melbourne during March 2010 . That meeting  resulted in  us  wanting to better understand ,  in the first instant, drawings’ relationship with writing and notation; knowledge, then through that knowledge hopefully better understanding   drawings’ position  as an active component of general literacy.

With drawing established in the minds of the organizers as the tangible bridge between textural and non textural communication our collaboration  resolved to  develop a network of interested parties.

Working with the assumption that drawing is not simply a way of thinking and communicating  but an integral part of our everyday and professional lives DRAWING OUT: 2012  will address, how drawing  functions as a part of  literacy  through three themes;

1.  Drawing  and  Notation. Drawing as a sometimes intuitive other times  driven by  convention  means of mapping   appearance  and movement  . With special reference to innovative methods of notation .

2. Drawing  as Writing Drawing after, before and as a part of writing. An exploration of literacy and communication.

3. Drawing: recording and discovery. Drawing as a speculative activity and means of  holding and transferring information.

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