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Draw and Reflect Art Workshop

This on-site workshop engages students with The Drawing Center's exhibitions through a guided tour and hands-on project. Specific works will be discussed in detail in order to practice sustained observation and encourage more personal and thoughtful responses.

The art-making project will take place in the galleries as well, continuing the students' immersion with the work and enabling experimentation with visual concepts. This on-site workshop engages students with The Drawing Center's exhibitions through a guided tour and hands-on project. Specific works will be discussed in detail in order to practice sustained observation and encourage more personal and thoughtful responses. The art-making project will take place in the galleries as well, continuing the students' immersion with the work and enabling experimentation with visual concepts.

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Drawing Connections

Through this program, The Drawing Center partners with four neighboring Lower Manhattan public schools to provide students with an in-depth visual art experience. Incorporating a gallery visit and five in-school sessions, Drawing Connections will culminate in an exhibition of the students' artwork in the Center's galleries. A teaching artist will be paired with a classroom teacher for the duration of the program and will develop a project that relates both to topics currently covered in the classroom and to exhibitions on view in the Drawing Room. Students will benefit from guided instruction with a teaching artist and enjoy the accomplishment of seeing their work displayed in a professional museum setting. Each spring, The Drawing Center will exhibit the students' drawings in the galleries and host a special reception for students, teachers, and parents.

Drawing Out
Student Artwork from the Drawing Connections Program
June 22-25, 2017
The Lab
Reception: Thursday, June 22, 4–7pm


On view in The Lab from June 22–25, 2017, The Drawing Center presents Drawing Out: Student Artwork from the Drawing Connections Program, which pairs practicing artists with teachers in Lower Manhattan public schools to develop projects that relate classroom curricula to The Drawing Center’s exhibitions. Now in its thirteenth year, Drawing Out features group projects by approximately one hundred students from four classes in the participating schools of: Broome Street Academy Charter High School, Chelsea Career and Technical Education High School, P.S. 42 Benjamin Altman School, and P.S. 130 Hernando DeSoto School.