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Sean Griffiths

100 Lines - Drawing Workshop

Series: Night School
Date: Wednesday 21 October 2015
Time: 19:00
Venue: AA School, Bedford Square
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What is the fundamental nature of a line and how might this help us to think about architecture?

In this workshop Night School will be joined by architect, writer and teacher Sean Griffiths to continue an enquiry into the nature and role of drawing.

Participants will be invited to join in a seemingly simple exercise, drawing 100 lines on 100 pieces of paper (or other backgrounds) in a short space of time. Reflecting on this task, a conversation will be had about the nature of drawing, what it means and how we interpret it.

About Sean Griffiths
Sean Griffiths was a founder member of FAT Architecture. Sean is currently Professor of Architecture at University of Westminster, a role he combines with his continuing practice as an architect, designer, artist, writer and teacher.

About Night School
Night School is an ongoing series of events and activities that sit alongside the public programme, exhibitions and publications as another strand in the AA’s educational offering. Open to all – the AA community, students from other schools, architects and the general public, the programme explores architectural ideas, knowledge and culture through participative activities.

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