An interactive DVD that aims to turn students into budding Picassos is to go out to every further and higher education facility in the UK from October.
Aimed at art and design students but also available to consumers, Seeing Drawing has been developed over three years by: The London Institute’s IT Research & Development Unit, Camberwell College of Arts, the London College of Fashion, Ravensbourne College of Design and Communication, Falmouth College of Arts and the University of Ulster.
The DVD offers 35 hours of tuition in all aspects of drawing, including theory and its practical application in design and architecture, fashion and engineering.
The London Institute is renowned for its art, design and communications facilities, which include Chelsea College of Art and Design, Central St Martins College of Art and Design, the London College of Fashion and the London College of Printing.
Seeing Drawing is available on the Internet at www.seeing drawing.com.