Join Wild Life Drawing's Jennie Webber for a face to beak experience with birds of prey. Learn about these wonderful winged raptors and their connection to London past and present whilst capturing their characters through the medium of drawing. This class is open to all abilities and Jennie will be on hand to give tips on how to illustrate the beauty of these birds and explore your creative wild side!
After the workshop you will have the opportunity to experience Beasts of London, the museum's new immersive installation, free of charge. Jennie Webber is an experienced artist and nature lover and the welfare and wellbeing of the animals are her upmost priority. All the birds attending this event are happy around humans and comfortable in new surroundings, whilst always being accompanied by their dedicated expert handlers. All equipment is provided for the class, including FSC certified paper and eco-friendly drawing materials. Please feel free to bring along any additional dry materials you would like to work with.
About Jennie Webber
Jennie Webber is a London-based artist and animal lover. In 2014 Jennie founded Wild Life Drawing, a drawing class that aims to reconnect Londoners with animals and nature through creativity. Jennie is an experienced teacher and has designed creative workshops for the Natural History Museum, British Science Festival and the Dulwich Picture Gallery.