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Art Workshop for Children: Degas: Ballet Dancers

Create! art school, 97 North Road, West Bridgford, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG2 7NG
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Art Workshop for Children: Degas: Ballet Dancers

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Date: Monday 8th August
Time: 10 - 12am
Price: £27

Suitable for children aged 8+

Learn to capture movement and dance in the amazing style of Degas using beautiful chalk pastel effects.

Teaching from a professional, trained art teacher. Tuition, materials and resources included. Small groups, one to one feedback and support provided. All taught in the Create! Art school's purpose built studio in West Bridgford.

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