UT Non-Credit’s resident Graphic Artist Pat Alley recently spent an afternoon in 3rd grade. Pat was asked to teach basic drawing to Carolyn Beal’s 3rd grade students at Hardin Valley Elementary School. The students learned that you can use basic shapes to draw almost anything imaginable. All it takes is a little practice, the ability to accept mistakes and a big imagination. They were then challenged to draw their favorite object and present it to the rest of the class. Some outstanding imagination and drawing skills were on display. The 3rd graders were so inspired that they invited Pat back to teach a special project for Halloween.

 

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