How to Draw Anything
Saturday, 21 October, 2017
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Remember how you used to draw with confidence and joy as a child? What happened? Why did you stop? This workshop will help you rediscover that natural instinct for expressing yourself through drawing, and along the way you will see how drawing can give clarity to your thoughts, trigger memories, invigorate passions and solve problems.
Lead by Chris Wilson, one of the founding members of Scriberia, and author of "How to Draw Anything", this workshop will set out to repair our broken relationship with drawing. It will take drawing out of the art world and put it into your world, introducing you to drawing as a practical tool for everyday life that will change the way you work, think and communicate. No previous drawing experience necessary!!
This workshop is free with museum admission (£7 adults, £5 concessions, £3 students, under 18s free), but you MUST register to secure your spot!
This is a family friendly event.
Please, register via Eventbrite.
How Comics Work:
An Evening with Dave Gibbons and Tim Pilcher
Friday, 24 November, 2017
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Spend an evening learning the secrets of how to make comics by the hand of comics laureate, Dave Gibbons, and comic book expert, Tim Pilcher. Gibbons and Pilcher have collaborated in the creation of a new book called How Comics Work. This book is a comics masterclass packed full of rare and upublished material from Dave's personal archive and it reveals insider tips on how his work was created.
Surrounded with real-life examples of Gibbons' original art at the Cartoon Museum, this evening's event will provide a unique, behind-the-scenes-perspective on the creative process.
This event is free, but there are limited spaces. You must reserve your spot to attend via Eventbrite.
A cash bar will available throughout the event and copies of the book can be purchased at the museum shop.
**Disclaimer: We reserve the right to give the place to another person if they turn up on the night and you are not there by 6:35 pm.