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	Image: Alfred Stevens Study of a kneeling boy bending a bow, for Dorchester House c1860 (detail), chalk on paper, 32.1 × 25.7 cm, Tate: Presented by the Trustees of the Chantrey Bequest 1923. Image © Tate, London 2016

Workshop: Nearly nude

Life drawing with a difference

Our models leave some clothes on for these fun life-drawing workshops in the pop-up bar. Grab a drink and learn how to sketch the human form.

Drop in any time between 5 and 9pm. All levels of ability welcome. All materials are provided.

Note: only graphite pencils may be used in the Gallery, to ensure a safe environment for the artworks.

Presented in association with the exhibition Nude: art from the Tate collection as part of Nude at night in January.

Image: Alfred Stevens Study of a kneeling boy bending a bow, for Dorchester House c1860 (detail), chalk on paper, 32.1 × 25.7 cm, Tate: Presented by the Trustees of the Chantrey Bequest 1923. Image © Tate, London 2016

Fridays 5-9pm
6-27 January 2017

Free

No bookings required

Duration 4 hours
Location: Entrance court

Related exhibition: Nude

Related program: Nude at night