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Wild Life Drawing: Rare Goats

Wild Life Drawing: Rare Goats

Learn about Britain's oldest breed of goats whilst enjoying a creative drawing class, perfect for adults and children.

8 April 2017 | Book tickets

Experience a drawing class with a difference at Wild Life Drawing, where you can sketch real live animals while learning about nature. The aim of these drawing classes is to inspire a sense of appreciation and understanding for the animals and their conservation in the wider world.

The Rare Goats class will feature mischievous Bagot goats, which have majestic curved horns and long flowing black and white coats - wonderful to capture on paper! Open to all abilities, from beginners to advanced, the class will be focussing on drawing the anatomy of these animals, as well as finding out all about their history, diet and conservation.

Wild Life Drawing's Rare Goats Class takes place 8 April at Paper Mill Studios, 1-3pm. Standard tickets are £26 and family tickets for one adult and one child are £36, with a proportion of all ticket sales donated to Spitalfields City Farm. Find out about Wild Life Drawing's other upcoming classes.

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