If you need a new creative outlet; perhaps a hobby that doesn’t involve the children, we may have just the ticket.
Join fellow artists, both budding and experienced, at a fortnightly drawing class at Kettle’s Yard.
This is no ordinary class however, as it is a unique opportunity to absorb the creativity and artistic aura of the famous gallery when it is closed to the public. Kettles Yard was famously the home of the former Tate Gallery curator Jim Ede, and both played an important part in the development of Cambridge’s art culture today.
The class is led by artists Jane Waterhouse and David Kefford, and is open to those of 16 years of age and over, prices £8 (£5 conc.) per session or £49 for the term (£35 conc.)
Put it in your diary! Kettle's Yard Fortnightly Art Classes from 30 April 2011 - 01 May 2011 11:30 - 14:00
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