Drawing Together #14: Listening

In case you were unable to join us for our July 2020 Drawing Together event, here is a recap of the exercises we did together. Our host was Shelley Wall, GMIC board member, medical illustrator, and an assistant professor in the Biomedical Communications graduate program at the University of Toronto (UofT). We started the session with the following warm-up exercise: Take a few seconds to sit quietly and pay attention to what you can hear: Birdsong? Sirens? The hum of the fridge? Your family’s voices? Your dog snoring? Then take two minutes to draw the shape of those sounds. For our … Continue reading Drawing Together #14: Listening