Wild Life Drawing

Things to do , Classes and workshops Multiple venues Tuesday October 11 2016 - Saturday October 15 2016
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This series of life-drawing classes is a right hoot. Instead of humans acting as models, participants are tasked with sketching a different live animal each time. Past creatures have included donkeys, owls, snakes, bats and reptiles, with founder Jennie Webber working alongside animal sanctuaries and organisations to organise the events, donating money from ticket sales to help fund conservation and protection projects. Pencil-pushers are led through a series of short warm-up exercises before settling in to produce a more finished piece and pencils and paper will be provided. Those who want to work in colour are welcome to bring their own materials. This class is open to adults of all abilities; stay tuned for future kids' classes. 

Venue name: The Dolls House Islington
Contact:
Address: 181 Upper St
London
N1 1RQ
Opening hours: Tue-Wed 5pm-2am; Thu-Sat 11am-4am; Sun 11am-midnight
Transport: Tube: Highbury & Islington
Price: £25
Event phone: 020 7749 6852
Event website: http://www.wildlifedrawing.co.uk/forthcoming-classes.html
    • £25

      Wild Life Drawings: Hedgehogs

      Sit down and draw five very cute African Pygmy Hedgehogs at tonight’s class. Learn about your new prickly pals and the complex care they need. 

    • £25

      Wild Life Drawing: Barn Owl Conservation

      An afternoon session with Sketch and Smudge, two lovely Barn Owls who have previously starred as models. Learn about the conservation issues affecting the Barn Owl population while you draw them.

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