Darrell Wakelam  Creative Workshop

Join local artist Darrell Wakelam for a workshop to create artwork inspired by The Cat in The Hat, which celebrates its 60th anniversary this year. Darrell uses a range of construction and collage techniques to create 2D and 3D pieces of art.

Children's event aimed at children aged 10+.

Advance booking required through the Dorchester Library and Learning Centre:

https://www.dorsetforyou.gov.uk/article/4706/Dorchester-Library-and-Learning-Centre

Listing Details

Saturday 21st October 10-12.00 noon

Venue

Dorchester Library and Learning Centre

Ticket Prices

Children (under 16): £0.00

Booking

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I SO enjoyed yesterday. It was a real pleasure to meet you all and what a lovely festival, lovely venue and lovely audience. And Jason was just brilliant. Thank you very, very much for inviting me.

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