Lunchtime Talk: Drawing at Creswell Crags - Britain’s Ice Age Rock Art

Thursday 4 September 2014 1:00pm - 1:45pm
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Ice Age rock art at Creswell Crags is still thought to be the oldest art in Britain. Find out about its discovery and significance, as well as plans for future conservation and management. With Maria Smith from Creswell Heritage Trust.

This event is part of Drawing the Summer, a programme of exhibitions, events, and have-a-go activities to get Sheffield sketching morning, noon and night. From careful botanical drawings to super speedy charcoal sketches, awaken your inner artist and polish up your creative skills. Take a fresh look at the things around you and capture the moment or let your imagination roam.

Supported by Arts Council England

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