Gallery of drawings from

National Visual Art Education Conference 2014

Connecting Classrooms, Curriculum & Collections


21 - 23 January 2014


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Fernand LÉGER Les Trapézistes [Trapeze artists] 1954 Purchased 1981 © Fernand Léger/ADAGP. Licensed by Viscopy More detail

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Graphic recordings

Graphic recordings of NVAEC 2014 conference by Jessamy Gee (graphic recorder)


As part of the National Visual Art Education Conference, some of the sessions were recorded graphically by Jessamy Gee from Think in Colour.
These images can provide a useful summary of some of the key sessions of the conference.


Graphic Recording (or Scribing) is the process of visually capturing a presentation, conversation or meeting in real time using a combination of images and words to create a 'map' of key themes and ideas. It is, quite literally, the art of listening.

More than just pictures, the process is a powerful tool in assisting analysis, dialogue, decision-making, brainstorming, conflict resolution and visualising strategy. It also creates a clear common understanding, sense of ownership, comprehension and memory tool for the participants. See more information on Graphic Recording.