Informal art sessions with a casual and fun atmosphere where there are no ‘rights’ or ‘wrongs’, it’s about having a go in these hands-on, one-of-a-kind get-togethers!
Book a place, rock up, have a giggle & meet like-minded people. There’ll be an art tutor on hand to guide you along the way…
IS THERE ANYTHING YOU’D LIKE TO KNOW?
Frequently asked questions
Do I need any previous art experience to attend?
Nope. Everyone is welcome whether you’re a newbie to art or a dab hand.
What do I need to do to come along to Art Club?
Assuming you’ve booked a ticket, you’ll need some money for any drinks you’d like during Art Club (…and afterwards if you’d like to stop and hang out).
What do I need to bring with me?
Just book a ticket on Eventbrite.
Can I come on my own?
Yes. Plenty of Art Clubbers come on their own. Art Club has a very friendly atmosphere and everyone is made to feel welcome.
You are equally welcome to bring along friends and family – the more the merrier! (provided you all get tickets).
What's your refund policy on tickets?
Refunds and exchanges are at our discretion. People giving sufficient advanced notice may be able to move their booking to another session or issued a refund, if we are contacted by midnight on the Saturday before Art Club. If a refund is issued £3 will be deducted from the ticket value to cover the Eventbrite cancellation fee and admin.
If your question hasn’t been answered here feel free to drop us an email or a DM on Instagram.
SO, TELL ME…
Who’s behind Cambridge Art Club?
Graphic Artist. All-round creative. Mum. Partner. Environment Activist. Rare disease champion. Tea drinker. Cook. Gardener.
Illustrator. Sculptor. Mum. Wife. Nature Addict. Nurturer. Tea drinker.
How did Cambridge Art Club start?
Suzanne & Jayne meet in 2018 at the weekly Drawing and Image-Making group that Jayne runs in at St. Augustine’s Community Hall, on Richmond Road in Cambridge.
In April 2022 a friend heard that the Grain and Hop Store (a pub) in Cambridge had putting a call out for art tutors to host ‘Drink and Draw’ sessions. So they joined creative forces and Cambridge Art Club was launched.