Join us as we compile a hand-drawn bestiary of Thornton’s wildlife, insects and species. Bestiaries are a kind of book from the Medieval period and were used to
Join us as we compile a hand-drawn bestiary of Thornton’s wildlife, insects and species. Bestiaries are a kind of book from the Medieval period and were used to share facts, anecdotes and features of the animals in them. We want to create our own and we want you to draw them. Pick anything from our selection of animals from a Brontë bat to Kevin the Peacock and get cracking with our selection of drawing tools.
Worried you’re not good enough at drawing? All drawing levels are welcome and our South Square trainee Toby will be here to help. If you do an appropriate illustration you can look forward to seeing it in the bestiary which will be Risographed after the workshop.
There will be three sessions you can book, 12 – 1pm, 1 – 2pm and 2-3pm.
Suitable for all ages
How to book
All workshops and events are FREE
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the name of the workshop you’d like to book, the preferred time and the first part of your postcode.
You can also call 01274834747 and leave a message to book.
Due to the unique nature of our heritage building the centre has limited accessibility for wheelchairs users. Most community spaces including the café and gallery spaces are accessible. Please ring ahead for more information.
If you have any access needs, please contact us to discuss.
(Wednesday) 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
South Square Garden