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Drink and Draw May 2019

Sketching in the Cast Gallery after-hours, with a glass of wine
When May 17, 2019
from 06:00 PM to 09:00 PM
Where Museum of Classical Archaeology, Faculty of Classics
Contact Name
Contact Phone 01223 330402
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Drink and Draw: after-hours sketching in the Cast Gallery with a glass of wine.

 

As always, all abilities are welcome, no prior experience is required and materials will be provided.

For adults. Free. Drop in - no need to book.

Previous Drink and Draw events have been very popular; please be aware that queues are likely.

 

Summer Temperatures

The Museum has a glass roof and in the summer sun temperatures in the gallery can raise very high. We do all we can to open windows, but please do plan your visit accordingly and perhaps bring water.

 

Access Information

The Museum is on the first floor of the Classics Faculty. Step free access is available via a separate entrance, although it is a short walk from the main entrance to the building. Disabled parking spaces are available on site. Please do not hesitate to get in touch if you have any concerns about access.

More information about accessibility in the Museum

University Disability Resource Centre information: Museum

University Disability Resource Centre information: Sidgwick Site



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