Anne Patterson, lecturer in KU’s School of Architecture, whose teaching skills have received national and local recognition, will talk to us about how Drawing Helps You See Anew. Perhaps you saw her last year downtown wearing a reproduction of the Trinity Episcopal Church spire on her head and a tunic designed to replicate the steeple tower. She received the 2018 Bob and Kathie Taylor Excellence in Teaching Award honoring nontenured-track faculty. The 2017 America’s Best Architecture & Design Schools survey named her one of the nation’s 25 most admired educators and the 2019 Best of Lawrence survey, a Top 10 teacher. Her website notes: “I love my job; opening minds and unlocking the creative potential of students.” Some architecture alumni confide that they would return to KU just to take Patterson’s class.