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Busy..busy..busyyy Day

What a busy week to me with so many things in hand...but I am sure it going to an exciting with Urbanscapes happening on Saturday and follows by Creative Muse the next day, Sunday. Which both i am going go participate. Feel free to dropby to Padang Astaka, we are at booth no 06 and if you are free the next day Sunday, dropby at The Weld....

I gonna have 2 workshops next week on Thursday for my friends kids that came back from Dubai for holiday. I am experimenting and going to compress and simplify everything into one day and skip coptic binding lesson, which I felt a bit difficult for kids to handle.

On weekends 23 & 24/Sat & Sun there are another workshop. Both very small with number of 4 to 5 students only. Drop me an email if you are interested to join.

Creative Muse


CREATIVE MUSE

The programme //

17th July, 2011 // 11am - 6pm
The Weld Shopping Centre. Jalan Raja Chulan

1.00 pm - 2.00 pm
MEET THE ARTISTS
• CY Chen
• Jin Claz’room Art Studio
• Little Syam
• FC Wong, Transasia Paper

2.00 pm
Yoyo Performance

3.00 pm - 4.00 pm
Design-A-Character Contest by The WELD Shopping Centre
Result & Winners’ Announcement
Who will win the character design competition?
40 top finalists will receive a certificate of participation


3.30 pm
Music Performance by Jared

Also, meet more than 30 art & craft vendors who wil be at the event. Please come and support the local craft scene. Tell people about it!

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