Drawing Club - next meetings

The Drawing Club is family-friendly and free to attend. Suitable for all ages and skill levels.
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Oundle Library’s Drawing Club meets once a month on a Saturday, between 12.00pm and 1.00pm. It’s open to all ages and skill levels – and it’s family-friendly too!

Drawing is something you can learn at any age. And if you already know how to draw, you can always learn more. So, if you like to pick up a pencil or pen and draw, or would like to learn how to draw, why not give it a try?

It’s not a drawing course, and the meetings aren’t lessons. The aim is to have some fun and learn new things. So, one month you could be drawing landscapes with felt tip pens, and another trying your hand at cartoons. There might even be some quick drawing games or time challenges to improve your confidence and skills. The meetings are led by Andrew Hinchcliffe, who works at Oundle Library and is a part-time Illustrator as well.

The sessions are free to attend and you can drop in on weekends when you're available. Make a note of the dates of the next three meetings in your diary, and come along if you can. The dates are:
Saturday, 22 June
Saturday, 20 July and
Saturday, 17 August.