World's biggest drawing festival comes to Wandsworth Museum and De Morgan Centre
The biggest drawing festival in the world invites families to free practical workshops at Wandsworth Museum and the De Morgan Centre.
The workshops will take place on October 29 and 30 and offer both adults and children a chance to explore art forms they may never have tried before, like tile printing and clay modelling.
The event is part of the Big Draw festival, which is now in its 13th successful year and runs in more than 15 countries, inspiring more than 200,000 people across the globe every year.
‘Draw Tomorrow’ is the theme for 2013, so participants will be encouraged to work together to sketch innovative inventions and create futuristic fantastical creatures.
Attendants will have a diverse collection Wandsworth Museum and the De Morgan Centre to gain inspiration.
Workshops are free, but booking in advance is advisable to guarantee a space.
Art workshops; the De Morgan Centre and Wandsworth Museum, 38 West Hill, Wandsworth; October 29 and 30, 1pm-4pm; free; email@example.com, 020 8870 6060.
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