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Professor Chip Sullivan | Drawing a Green Future: Metaphysics, Mentors & Comics at the...

Professor Chip Sullivan | Drawing a Green Future: Metaphysics, Mentors & Comics November 23rd | Tent House, West Point, Edinburgh Drawing a Green Future: Metaphysics, Mentor & Comics by Professor Chip Sullivan and the kick-off of his...

Drawing a Green Future: Metaphysics, Mentor & Comics by Professor Chip Sullivan

Artist's talk | Drawing a Green Future: Metaphysics, Mentor & Comics by Professor Chip Sullivan Tent Gallery, Edinburgh Chip Sullivan, professor of Landscape at Berkeley, kicks off the opening of his exhibition at the Tent Gallery...
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Draw New Mischief: Political cartoons inspired by Shakespeare

https://youtu.be/9cIeAZff1PM Coinciding with the Royal Shakespeare Company Rome Season on stage, this free exhibition celebrates political cartoons inspired by Shakespeare with brand new commissions by international cartoonists. Shakespeare’s plays have long shaped the way we understand...

John Akomfrah’ Purple at the Barbican

British artist and filmmaker, John Akomfrah creates his most ambitious piece to date - an immersive six-channel video installation addressing climate change, human communities and the wilderness. Winner of the 2017 Artes Mundi Prize. At a time when,...
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Falling in Line: point-line-hatch

https://youtu.be/UrKEvtcWo50 Falling in Line: point-line-hatch RISD Rhode Island School of Design lecture via Skype | November 13, 2017   “...one is not free just to invent the lines or to treat them as purely independent phenomena. Even if...

KRob 2017 | indeed… Drawing is the ‘Motive force of Architecture’

The Ken Roberts Memorial Delineation Competition (KRob) has celebrated the best in architectural delineation for 43 years. A Dallas classic that has received international recognition, KRob honors hand and digital delineation by professionals and students throughout...

Klee’s Spatial Illusion and the Everyday Visual Experience

In 1921, Paul Klee delivers a lecture in perspective. There he explains to his students that “the point of the entire procedure is simply to be able to exercise control,” and that “accurate perspective...

Classificationing: Bryan Cantley tonight at The Bartlett

Lecturer's Abstract  | "Classificationing will be a survey of Bryan Cantley’s recent experimental works, using the idea of the investigational drawing as a source code for emergent ideas. The lecture will explore technology as a generator of...

Cartooning the Landscape: A map into Chip Sullivan’s creative mind

Cartooning the Landscape by Chip Sullivan   "One of the singular talents in landscape design, Chip Sullivan has shared his expertise through a seemingly unusual medium that, at second glance, makes perfect sense--the comic strip. For years...

Living Cities at the TATE Modern

This display includes a variety of responses to the modern city from artists around the world, ranging from explorations of the built environment to close-up images recording the minutiae of daily life Since the nineteenth century,...

The Brave Drawn World of Chris T. Cornelius

Chris Cornelius is an Associate Professor and an enrolled member of the Oneida Nation of Wisconsin. His research and practice focus on the architectural translation of culture; in particular, American Indian culture. He is the...

The Brave Drawn World of Chip Sullivan

The Brave Drawn World of Charles 'Chip' Sullivan Chip Sullivan has been inspiring thousands of students at the University of California at Berkely, for almost thirty years. His distinctive style, graphic ability, and creative enthusiasm are simply...
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Céleste Boursier-Mougenot, ​clinamen v.2 at SFMoMA

https://youtu.be/_wdltDfs-F4 Céleste Boursier-Mougenot, clinamen v.2 at SFMoMA Soundtracks is the museum’s first large-scale group exhibition centered on the role of sound in contemporary art.

Romance of the Three Kingdoms and the Chinese graphic Modus Operandi

Chinese perspective is seen to follow well-prescribed principles and to act on a rational solution to the problem of depicting perspective in a scroll format. Its dominating principle is that of oblique orthographic perspective...

At the California Academy of Sciences

Piano's audacious design with its native plant–covered living roof, retractable ceiling, three-story rain forest, gigantic planetarium, and living coral reef, is an adventure in biodiversity and green architecture. I remember visiting this building whilst in...