Viewpoint: Teaching art to engineering students

Author: H. Partridge (Partridge Structural and Artmap Studio)

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28 July 2014

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Viewpoint: Teaching art to engineering students

The Structural Engineer
Author

H. Partridge (Partridge Structural and Artmap Studio)

Date published

28 July 2014

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H. Partridge (Partridge Structural and Artmap Studio)

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Members/Subscribers: Free

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Undergraduate course lecturer, Harry Partridge, discusses the importance of developing
the more intuitive and creative side of the brain — and describes how a short course in art given to final year civil engineering students at Sydney University has endeavoured to encourage students in this direction.

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The Institution of Structural Engineers

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