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FREE! Wild Animals and Curious Creatures with illustrator Emily Hughes - Exclusive children’s workshop from cult graphic novel publisher Nobrow

Saturday 27th April 2013 1:30pm - 3:30pm 107 Charing Cross Road Children's Event, Chargeable Event

To celebrate the launch of Nobrow's new children's imprint Flying Eye Books, the celebrated graphic novel publisher is hosting a special workshop aimed at young graphic artists:

 

Wild Animals and Curious Creatures with illustrator Emily Hughes

For children aged 6 - 11

In this fun-packed workshop budding artists and storytellers will have the chance to allow their imaginations to run wild, conjuring-up and then creating a collection of curious creatures and magical monsters under the expert guidance of noted illustrator Emily Hughes. Her debut children's book Wild will also be released by Flying Eye Books in June, and Emily will be giving kids a sneak peak during the session. Included in the price of the ticket will be a free Flying Eye comic book.

Please note that an adult is required to supervise your child throughout the session (maximum two children per one adult please). All materials supplied.

 

Venue: The Gallery at Foyles, Third Floor, Charing Cross Road

Tickets: FREE. No need to book, just come along

Wild Animals and Curious Creatures is part of our Children's Illustration and Comics Day. Click here to find out more.

 

 

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