Do you remember the moment when someone or something turned off your sense that you could draw? When that drawing switch flips off we lose the capacity to use drawing as our best thinking tool. Drawing and visual thinking enables us to navigate complexity and make meaning for ourselves and in groups. And these skills help us to think critically, reduce overwhelm and communicate clearly, and engage effectively in problem-solving, decision-making, and prioritizing.
What keeps us from drawing is the inner criticism and judgement that our drawings aren’t beautiful and good enough. That’s the problem with seeing drawing as a noun or as an object. In this course, we embrace drawing as a verb and all that process-focused drawing can help us accomplish. Over these four weeks, we’ll shush the inner critic and give you concrete tools and experience to reclaim drawing as your best thinking tool.
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