Today from 10am in the Lifford Hall, Broadway WR12 7BU, Niki Crew ‘You Thought You Couldn’t – Drawing for the Terrified’, a workshop for total beginners. Overcome the fear of drawing and learn some of the basic techniques. Niki Crew has been convincing children they can draw for 11 years at Chipping Campden School and before that drawing and printmaking at art colleges across the UK.
At 6pm in the Lifford Hall, a talk by Geoff Tristram ’40 Years Watching Paint Dry’. This hilarious and inspirational talk will chart Geoff’s rise from 10 year old with a 13 colour Biro to the scatterbrained 59 year old professional artist and comedy writer. His presentation will include works done for the likes of Penguin, Embassy World Snooker, the BBC, Trivial Pursuit and Ravensberger Jigsaws.
Tickets available : £10 online or from the Box Office at the Gordon Russell Museum, Russell Square, Broadway WR12 7AP.
Exhibition entrance £5.
Entrance is free and the exhibition is open daily throughout the Festival till Sunday 19th June 2016 from 10am to 4pm.
At Haynes Fine Art, Picton House, 42 High Street, Broadway WR12 7DT, an exhibition of art of the Second World War ‘Life at the Time’ will be open daily throughout the Festival from 10am to 4pm. Entrance free. Exhibition catalogue £15.