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Autumn Printing from Nature Workshop & Family Feast

Join us in the woods for an exciting collaboration with Surrey Art School!

 

This half term, we’re combining art and food for a family morning beneath the trees at the beautiful Priory Farm, followed by a seasonal feast inspired by seasonal, local ingredients.

Before we start the workshop, we’ll learn how to light a fire in the great outdoors, lighting the fire upon which we’ll cook our lunch on!

 

We’re very excited to welcome Ellie Green, founder of Surrey Art School to the woods!

 

Get ready for a burst of colour and texture as we embrace the warm tones of Autumn and capture them on paper to keep forever! This is a lovely family friendly workshop suitable for children and adults alike, for a morning of mindfulness in nature.

 

Ellie’s ever popular mono-printing workshop is a fabulous way for both adults and kids to learn a simple technique that gives stunning, almost photographic results. We’ll be collecting leaves, feathers and other beauties from the woods before working with bright and beautiful vegetable oil based inks in a range of stunning colours to create our prints. You’ll get the chance to take a little bit of the beautiful woodland home with you on the day.

 

Following the art workshop, we’ll sit down at our shared dining table in our woodland shelter for a delicious 2-course feast, cooked over fire.

Woodland Feast

TBT (To be tasty!)

Location

The Salt Box
Red Oak Barn
Priory Farm Estate
Sandy Lane
South Nutfield
RH14EJ

Date & Time

Thursday 31st October 2019

10:30am – 2:00pm

Ticket Price

£35 per adult
£25 per child

What’s Included

  • Drink and light bite on arrival
  • Fire-lighting workshop
  • 1hr 30 minute Art Workshop with Ellie Green, founder of Surrey Art School
  • 2-Course woodland lunch, cooked over an open-fire

 

Further Information

  • Full refunds are available up to 14 days prior to the event.
  • Instructions on how to find us and where to park, will be sent to you 72 hours prior to the event via email.
  • Our woodland glen is located a 7-8 minute walk from the parking area, with a section uphill.
  • As with all our supper clubs, you’ll be seated with fellow diners on sharing tables. Don’t worry, we’ll make sure you’re with all your pals, and you might even leave with some new ones! To encourage conviviality, our dishes are designed for sharing between four guests (unless otherwise advised).
  • We have limited capability to cater for dietary requirements without advance warning, due to the set menu nature of the event. Please let us know about anything relevant prior to booking your tickets, a minimum of 72 hours prior to the event.
  • We are a casual dining experience, there is no dress code. Many of our events take place in the woods, therefore we always advise on wearing suitable footwear. Whilst we always hope for pleasant conditions we recommend that you also bring a warm and waterproof layer.
  • The event will take place in the great outdoors, unless severe weather is due, where we reserve the right to make an informed decision. We have a woodland shelter to keep us dry! Find out more about how we tackle the weather in our FAQs.
  • The menu is subject to change.

 

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About Surrey Art School

 

Surrey Art School offer contemporary art classes, courses and events across surrey encouraging wellbeing through creativity.

 

Founded by Ellie Green, SAS are a highly creative and contemporary community for both Artists and learners of all abilities to connect. They offer a seasonal menu of workshops, classes and pop up events from their Studio in Newdigate and in beautiful locations across Surrey. They strongly believe in creating the right atmosphere for learning, and equipping their students with confidence in the creative process. Their classes are calm and focused, using mindful techniques to ‘switch off’ from the busy digital world, slow down and give full attention to our surroundings.

 

You can find out more about Surrey Art School here.

Ellie Green from Surrey Art School
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