There’s a great opportunity for young people to gain artistic inspiration, and learn more about how to protect local wildlife and the landscape, at a free event in High Wycombe next month.
The Big Draw at Kingsmead Recreation Ground will offer valuable advice on textile design, with objects from nature providing the inspiration for you to create your own silk square piece.
And there’s a drawing workshop too, as a local artist shows you how to hone your skills and takes you through the drawing process, using a Chilterns location.
You’ll also find out how to cut back a hedgerow, a vital home for so many varieties of local wildlife.
The Big Draw is suitable for age 11 and above, and all art materials are provided. You’ll need to bring masks and something to sit on (e.g. picnic blanket, chair etc).
This event is free. Numbers are limited, so for further information and to secure your place book now!
The Big Draw is part of A Chilterns Celebration, a month-long programme of events being co-ordinated by Chalk, Cherries and Chairs, a Chilterns Conservation Board project.
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