FORT WAYNE, IN: Well-known artist, Mark Kistler, will be teaching the students of St. Peter’s Lutheran School how to draw in 3D on November 2, 2010 at 1:00pm. Using an overhead projector, a document camera, and computer-projected animation, Mark will expertly guide students through an extraordinary imagination adventure. Students will learn how to draw in 3-D while creating great illustrated stories of journeys to the bottom of the sea, time travel adventures of dinosaurs, ancient Egyptian mummies, King Arthur's Camelot, or perhaps even alien penguins and ninja squirrels! Over the past three decades, Mark Kistler has taught millions of children how to draw in 3-D at over seven thousand elementary school assembly workshops around the world, including Australia, Germany, England, Scotland, Mexico and the United States.His starring roles as Commander Mark and Captain Mark in the hit children's public television series The Secret City, The Draw Squad, and The New Secret City Adventures, have been enjoyed in eighteen countries by over forty million viewers. His most recent self-produced public television series, Mark Kistler's Imagination Station, has aired on over one hundred Public Television stations nationwide.Mark has written and illustrated many popular children's drawing books with Simon & Schuster Publishers, Learn to Draw with Commander Mark, Mark Kistler's Draw Squad, The Imagination Station, and Drawing in 3-D with Mark Kistler. Mark deeply believes that learning how to draw in 3-D builds a child's critical thinking skills while nourishing self-esteem. His positive messages on self-image, goal setting, dream questing, environmental awareness and the power of reading have inspired millions of children to discover their awesome individual potential.