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Imagining Life at Sea

For ages 7 - 12, in this workshop we will imagine life on a ship and being a sailor in the 1700’s including meeting amazing sea creatures, pirates, travelling the world and discovering new lands. Drawing activities will take inspiration from the Naval imagery across the Old Royal Naval College.Children will take home their creations from the workshop, as well as a signed Nick Ellwood print.

Part of The Big Draw, the world's biggest celebration of drawing, Nick’s workshops will get children seeing and thinking about their world through the lens of an artist. Using the Old Royal Naval College grounds and stunning Painted Hall as inspiration, the workshops will incorporate a range drawing skills. As well as illustrating our marvellous family trail, Nick’s illustrations have also featured in The Guardian, on book covers and in exhibitions all over the UK.
 

 

 

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  • Child: Imagining Life at Sea £8.00 Children must be accompanied by an adult. Maximum of 4 children per adults, and no more than one adult per child. 0 4 max
  • Adult: Imagining Life at Sea Free 0 4 max
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For ages 7 - 12, in this workshop we will imagine life on a ship and being a sailor in the 1700’s including meeting amazing sea creatures, pirates, travelling the world and discovering new lands. Drawing activities will take inspiration from the Naval imagery across the Old Royal Naval College.Children will take home their creations from the workshop, as well as a signed Nick Ellwood print.

Part of The Big Draw, the world's biggest celebration of drawing, Nick’s workshops will get children seeing and thinking about their world through the lens of an artist. Using the Old Royal Naval College grounds and stunning Painted Hall as inspiration, the workshops will incorporate a range drawing skills. As well as illustrating our marvellous family trail, Nick’s illustrations have also featured in The Guardian, on book covers and in exhibitions all over the UK.