Not Art; But a tool for Cognition
An online course to learn to see the way children see the world
NOVEMBER 3, 6,9,12,15,18,21,24,27 — — 2020 Timing 10 30 am to 11 30
DRAW THE WORLD TO KNOW THE WORLD -
- as a tool for observation, abstraction, reflection, imagination, description,
- as a means to root oneself in the real world
- to make the connection between the real world and the two-dimensional space of books and screens.
- as playing in 2 D
DRAWING AS A COGNITIVE ACTIVITY
Learn to see the world through the eyes of children.
Children are equipped by life to see the world in a manner that allows them to understand the holistic nature of the world, the components, the details, and its relationship. We are inviting you to relive this process in order to reclaim our ability to SEE the real world.
WHAT PREVENTS THIS UNDERSTANDING
We normally see drawing as an art and not as a cognitive activity. Naturally, this also kills the drawing activity for most children as they fail to be ‘artists’. There is a need to re-understand the role of drawing in enabling children to cognize the world around them. This can only happen provided the adults understand the cognitive importance of drawing.
For parents and grandparents of young children, to enable them to help how to create an environment for spontaneous drawing
Teachers, who want to enable children to restart the process of drawing
For those, especially, who are afraid of art; because drawing is not an art but the activity that children do to understand the world, provided there is no teaching.
Especially for artists because they will understand the real role of drawing and might stop teaching how or what to draw.
Anyone who wants to enhance their observation ability
Explore with us COGNITIVE IMPORTANCE OF DRAWING.
For REGISTRATION http://ekfoundation.in or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org