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LCF Archives: Silent Sessions

Event date
15 March 2019 (6pm to 7.30pm)
LCF Archives: Silent Sessions

As a part of LCF's Research Fortnight programme of events, please join us for an object-based evening inspired by LCF Archives.

In this Silent Session, participants will be able to hone their observation skills and practice 'slow looking'. A selection of objects from LCF Archives will be on display in the space and the session will be run in the manner of a life drawing workshop. Participants can choose to sketch or write about what they see, depending on their preference.

While the session will be ‘silent’ (perhaps not quite literally, we'll have some relaxing music on..!) to encourage participants to work individually, there’s also a social element to the event for those who wish to discuss their findings & a complimentary glass of wine will be provided.

Please note that this event is free but booking is essential at the eventbrite link as spaces at these events will be limited.

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