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    Drawing Workshop

    David Zeibin
    Sep 8, '04 1:01 AM EST

    The drawing workshop is a way for the many new MArch students from non-architectural fields to become acquainted with the technical, visual language of architecture. In short, we spent four days drafting. (The workshop is optional, so those from architectural backgrounds aren't required to take it.)

    The four days ran through sections, plans and sections, axonometrics/obliques/isometrics, and perspective drawings while exploring Arthur Erickson's Museum of Anthropology on the UBC campus.

    There's not much else to tell or show from this workshop. It was, however, an integral part of the introductory workshops: getting to know the people you'll work with, laugh with and cry with over the next three years, in intimate detail...

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