An evening "alternative" life drawing session is on its way to a county art gallery.

As part of the ongoing Alex Katz exhibit at Tullie House museum and art gallery in Carlisle, the life drawing session will give both novice and expert painters the opportunity to try their hand at nude model drawing and painting.

The Alex Katz exhibition has been housed in the venue since the end of March, and gives visitors the opportunity to see first hand the work of the eponymous renowned 20th century painter and sculptor.

On April 23, beginning at 7pm, the one-off event will feature two nude models, as well as music and drinks for an informal drop-in drawing and painting class.

Boards and materials for artwork will be provided, but organisers encourage visitors to bring their own supplies if they wish to do so.

Tickets for the event are £15 each.

The Alex Katz exhibition has been facilitated by Artist Rooms, a collection of international modern and contemporary art jointly owned by the Tate and the National Galleries of Scotland.