Plein air Drawing is a method to capture the surrounding rural and/or urban landscape. It makes you see and draw or paint the current moment, its colour, light, atmosphere, and movements. Like deep listening, Plein air creates a deeper connection to the immediate daily environment, highlighting emotional and sensory dimensions of a particular landscape. Similarly, we also use Still-Life Drawing - it allows us to directly learn from an object. Seeing and looking at the object is at the same time learning and understanding how we construct our world. Drawing an object allows us to experience that any information is a creation of its users. We like to focus on how the drawing is a subjective interpretation of an object, and to become aware the role we ourselves play in constructing social and cultural realities. Recording the object in a specific to a time and place. We make maps of a place that allow ourselves to understand the geography of a place, and to find your way around. The maps are made in groups, with orienteering skills and knowledge by those who live there. Map Making can happen around a table, but it’s best done whilst walking.