Spend a morning gazing at the moon from the comfort of your home and learn to capture its beauty in this “daytime night sky” drawing workshop for all the family.
Make your own moon art with the help of illustrator Abby Hobbs while lunar scientist Josh Rasera explores the lunar landscape, and how its craters and darker seas tell a dramatic and ancient story of how it formed and what it formed of.
*Hint* there is no cheese, but there are the elements to help humans live and breathe on the surface. And the ingredients for rocket fuel to help us blast off and explore the stars!
All you will need to take part is:
- Something to draw FROM (this could be a picture of the moon you have taken or a picture from NASA’s extensive image library)
- Something to draw ON (paper, a notebook, cardboard, etc.)
- Something to draw WITH (pencils, biros, felt tips, highlighters, paints etc.
Register in advance to be sent a link to the event.
Great Exhibition Road Festival
The Great Exhibition Road Festival is a free annual celebration of curiosity, discovery and exploration. Join us as Exhibition Road is transformed with events and activities from over 20 research and culture organisations around South Kensington including Imperial College London, Royal Commission of 1851, Discover South Kensington, Royal Albert Hall, V&A, Science Museum, Royal College of Music, Natural History Museum and many more.
This event is part of the Festival’s new online events programme, celebrating science and the arts from your home.