CAEA Virtual Events

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Introduction to Draw All You Can (Individual process) with Hiep Nguyen
60 min

Thursday, October 1, 2020
6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
Cost: $20

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"Draw All You Can" (DAYC) uses innovative drawing cards to help people to overcome the fear of drawing. It is a group drawing project that encourages collaboration, promotes mental health, and fosters creativity. Teachers and social workers will have a fun and effective art project that they can do with their groups all year round.

Participants will:

  • Learn how to use Draw All You Can idea cards in three simple steps.
  • Explore ways to mix, combine, and expand visual vocabularies and new ideas for drawings.
  • Q & A on how to use DAYC cards process with your students.


  • Drawing paper: 81/2” x 11” or on iPad or tablet with pen.
  • Black permanent markers: one fine or medium tip, and one large tip.

* Note:
To purchase the cards, please contact Hiep at [email protected].

Draw All You Can

You can purchase a “Draw All You Can” idea cards set in two ways:

  • Option 1: A physical Card Deck: $25 + $8 shipping= $33. $7 for each sold set will be donated to CAEA’s scholarship.

  • Option 2: Soft copy (digital version) for $20. $5 will be donated to the CAEA’s scholarship.

YouTube Video links to the project:

Click link to hear what other art educators talked about Draw All You Can.

About Draw All You Can Cards: 

Hiep Nguyen’s Bio:
With over 20 years of experience in making and teaching art, Hiep Nguyen's unique participatory process has transformed hundreds of empty walls and canvases and engaged thousands of people who otherwise do not have access to artistic outlets or consider themselves creative. Hiep found Circle Painting in 2007 and currently serves as its Executive Director and Art Director. Inspired by the STEAM movement in education, he also created the Draw All You Can project in 2015.

Known for his dynamic, fun-loving, and non-judgmental facilitation style, Hiep's passion for collaborative art is contagious. His training workshops have helped teachers and social workers around the world to expand their art programs. He is also a frequently sought-after master teaching artist and keynote speaker at art education conferences, universities, and museums across the country and overseas.

To Hiep, art is a spiritual practice, a way to connect, create, and celebrate. His motto: “Art for All, All for Art.”