Bristol Drawing School at the RWA

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Celebrating the importance and diversity of drawing

Bristol Drawing School is a not for profit private arts venue and education facility that aims to encourage and nurture the art of drawing, not only as an art form in its own right, but as an essential part of the creative process. The school was started by Graham Woodruff and Carol Peace as a not for profit partnership in November 2007 with the aim of celebrating the importance and diversity of drawing. Now in its third year since the school moved to the The Royal West of England Academy (RWA), the program has been able to expand each year using the space that the academy provides. Aswell as 10 week courses and a diverse ranges of weekend workshops for adults, children are also provided for through monthly scribble and sketch sessions held on saturdays throughout the year and an increasing programme of childrens workshops, and over the coming year the RWA will be developing Art Trails and learning activities to help children engage with the exhibitions. For more information on Bristol Drawing School, or to view their programme see



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