Event date: 12 Mar
Get in touch with your creative side..
5 weekly sessions on Wednesdays, 26 February - 26 March 2014, 10.00am - 12.00 noon
Westminster Adult Education Service is running a Life Drawing Class at Paddington Library. Rupert, a qualified Art Teacher will run the sessions and supply all drawing materials and a model.
The class is an introduction to life drawing with tuition for beginners and advice for those who are more experienced.
The fee for the course is payable at the start of the first class.The cost is £35 for 5 sessions. The concession fee is £15 and is available to applicants who show proof of income support or seniors who receive pension credit.
Sign up at a Westminster Adult Education Centre or call 020 7641 6200 and ask to be put through to Paddington Library (ask for Laurence). NB: Places are limited. Applicants will need to fill out an enrolment form before they start the class.
News date: 11 Mar
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