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Museum lecture features faculty work

October 23, 2019

The El Paso Museum of Art presented a lecture on Oct. 10 by Errol Barron, FAIA, entitled “The Architecture of Drawing.” The lecture considered the role of drawing, particularly hand drawing, in the design process. Professor Barron also examined the use of hand drawing in the digital age as a conceptual and iterative tool. His lecture was illustrated with examples of in situ drawings and their later influence on his architecture as well as a survey of the uses of drawings historically.

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