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Date(s) - 26/03/2020
12:30 pm - 1:30 pm

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Turn your kitchen table into your drawing studio in this fun and explorative creative drawing session using sensations, touch and feel with artist Susannah Pal!

Explore imaginative drawing, mark making and drawing in ways you haven’t thought of before- and draw what you feel! Connect, chat and create with just paper and pencils- great for all levels of ability! No age limit- but we recommend if you join us with children that they are around 8-9+ 🙂

Sessions are pay as you can- free if you are struggling at the mo- or pay what you can if you can! – any contributions via the London Drawing Crowd Fund

All contributions will go towards running online sessions and also to pay for cancellation fees for tutors and models during April for all the classes we would be usually be running. Many tutors and models rely solely on life modeling work to survive so any contribution you can make would be very much appreciated!  In return tutors and models will be creating content for our social media feeds for you to be entertained and inspired by. Join us for updates and creative posts on Instagram/ Facebook and Twitter @LondonDrawing- Thank you so much for your support!

Please bring:
The largest piece of paper you have- but any paper will do – whatever you have
Pencils
A piece of tissue or toilet roll

Please log in in good time- particularly if you haven’t used Zoom before- We will keep you in a waiting room until a couple of minutes before the session so be patient. We also ask that everyone turn on their video- but sound off- if you aren’t sure how to do this we will help. We would like everyone to have their video on so everyone is present and we can communicate with you!

Thursday 26 March
Lunchtime Session
12.30-1.30pm
Meeting Log In details:
Topic: Tactile Drawing – Creative Drawing Session
Time: Mar 26, 2020 12:30 PM London
Meeting ID: 524 306 683
Password: 038176
We are also running an evening session on Thursday 26 March 7-8pm- details here