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Capture a sense of the historic Ridgeway and the famous White Horse whilst developing your observation and drawing skills. Take inspiration from the landscape and some of its historic artefacts and build a sense of connection to the Ridgeway though this fun and friendly art journaling workshop, led by artist Jo Beal. No previous experience needed, just bring a sketchbook, pens and pencils.

The workshop will run 2-5pm. Starting at the memorial hall exhibiting work entered into the Swire Ridgeway Art Prize competition, there will then be a short, leisurely walk to gather ideas outdoors in the historic village and some time will then be spent in the small local museum.

£12 per person. Maximum group size 12.

Advance booking essential. Email to book your place(s) and to make your payment.

Thanks to Tom Brown's School museum for hosting part of the workshop.

Event details

18/04/20 14:00
Event Type
General Event
£12 per person (includes £2 donation to Ridgeway National Trail)
Broad St, Uffington, Faringdon SN7 7RA, UK
Jo Beal
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Email to book your place(s)
Acccessibility Info
The workshop involves a short, leisurely, flat walk from the hall to Tom Brown's school museum. Tom Brown's school museum is not very accessible due to the age of the building - there are two steps and a sloping grass path between the road and the museum entrance and the museum doorway is 74 cm wide at its narrowest point.