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Rolling Stones’ Ronnie Wood teaching art

Rolling Stones’ Ronnie Wood teaching art

MULTI-TALENTED: Ronnie Wood is going to teach an art class. Photo: Associated Press

Rolling Stones rocker Ronnie Wood is to share his passion for painting by teaching a masterclass in association with London’s famous Royal Academy of Arts.

The veteran musician is an experienced artist and has exhibited his work all over the world.

He has now agreed to teach a private class for up to five students to raise money for the Royal Academy Schools.

Invitations to the 90-minute life-drawing class, hosted by Wood, will be auctioned off at the educational institute’s annual fundraising dinner on March 25.

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