House, Gardens & Cafe Open Tuesday - Sunday 10.30 - 17.00

Wild Escape Drop-in and Draw! Connecting with Nature through Art

Tuesday 22nd August, 10.30am-2.30pm, Field Studies Centre

An opportunity to spend time drawing items from our natural history collection, including taxidermy animals and birds, butterfly and insect specimens, skulls and fossils. There will be some different creatures to draw from those at our last session. A range of art materials will be provided such as pastels, charcoal, watercolour paints and sketching pencils as well as different papers. You are also welcome to bring your own materials. This is not a taught or guided session, just an opportunity to enjoy creating your own artwork!

This event forms part of the Wild Escape- you can submit your artwork to be part of the Wild World collective art project. More details here:

https://takepart.thewildescape.org.uk/add

All ages welcome, tickets £3 adult, £2 child.

Tickets Here!

 

Please consider coming to us by bus to reduce your carbon footprint. Bus fares are £2 per person per single journey thanks to a Government scheme to promote greener travel. Our activities are timed to fit in with the no 38 bus timetable between Alton and Petersfield. Please see www.stagecoachbus.com full timetable.

 

The Wild Escape is made possible by lead support from Arts Council England’s National Lottery Project Grants, with additional support from Art Fund and a group of generous individuals and trusts.

 

    Gilbert White’s Field Studies Centre

    Gilbert White’s Field Studies Centre is the Education Department of Gilbert White’s House and The Oates Collection. Our mission is to inspire journeys of discovery in the natural world for all ages and abilities and throughout the seasons.

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