This is the fourth symposia in the Drawing Conversations series. The Drawing Conversations symposia, exhibitions and publications are convened and led by Professor Jill Journeaux.
The initial event Drawing Conversations:
Collective and Collaborative Drawing was held at Coventry University in 2015, was accompanied by the exhibition Drawn Conversations and resulted
in the book Collective and Collaborative Drawing
in Contemporary Practice edited by Gorrill and Journeaux. In 2017 the second symposium, again held at Coventry University: Drawing Conversations 2: Body, Space Place resulted a second book in
that series edited by Jill Journeaux, Sara Reed and Helen Gorrill published in February 2020. ‘You and
I are discontinuous beings” an exhibition held at Birmingham City University in May 2018, featured new work by the contributors to the first book, and the catalogue included the essay ‘Drawing as if Dancing Together’ by Victoria Mitchell. The Drawing Conversations 3: Drawing Talking to the Sciences symposium was held at The Ruskin, Lancaster University in January 2020 and was accompanied by the exhibition Drawn To Investigate