An unprecedented collection of wildlife art called Sketch for Survival will go on view for the very first time at the school’s Crypt Gallery on World Rhino Day, from 10am on Friday 22 September, until 4pm on Saturday 23 September. The exhibition is free and open to members of the public.
The collection includes artwork by Dame Judi Dench, cricketer Kevin Peterson, MP Norman Lamb and presenter Fearne Cotton, as well as leading international wildlife artists. The aim is to raise awareness about the threats to iconic species, including rhino and elephant.
All artwork is available to purchase via online auction powered by iRostrum until 15 October 2017 with all profits being donated to conservation projects pivotal in the battle to save them: The David Sheldrick Wildife Trust (DSWT) and Norfolk based Animals saving Animals (ASA).
The full EDP article is available here.