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Drink and Draw. 31 Aug 6-9

Welcome to the perfect opportunity to show your creativity in a unique setting. Pencils, wine, and an inspiring gallery open late… It can only mean that drink and draw is back!

 

Join us for a relaxed and friendly evening of sketching amongst our awesome sculptures. You’ll be welcomed with a glass of wine and our expert instructors will offer you guidance to build your confidence and skills.

This is an evening which is fun for everyone, whether you’re an experienced artist or just looking to have a fun evening with friends. All levels of experience are welcome and materials will be provided.

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

For a taste of drink and draw in previous years, why not peruse our blog post from 2018.

 

£££:

Free

No need to book:

Just drop in.

Accessibility:

Find out more about Museum Access...

Date: 
Thursday, 31 August, 2023 - 18:00 to 21:00
Contact name: 
Will Jefferies
Contact phone: 
01223 330402
Subject: 
Event location: 
Museum of Classical Archaeology, Cast Gallery

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