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Children workshop @ PETRONAS gallery

I had such a wonderful workshop session today. 17 adorable kids attended the workshop. Me and my wonderful assistant Eita (tq darling) are so busy passing the skill...especially for book binding session.  This is my first time facilitate for group of children...many things I had learnt for the betterment of my future session.


Demo time

part of kids from different age group...7 to 11 years old.


demo time
group photo with some of them:)

Hopefully they had fascinated and curious by this new handmade passion, I am also hoping that these are like the first step to explore further using their own creativity, experimenting with various endless materials...


Going to have Silkscreen Printing Workshop next month on the 8th December. I gonna teach the basic silkscreen printing; a stencil method. They going to create an illustration that will be transferred on the canvas later and at the end of the day they will bring back a canvas silk screen painting home... Can't wait:) till then//syam 

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Announcement:

SILKSCREEN PRINTING WORKSHOP 
@ PETRONAS GALLERY

Open for kids age 8-12 years old.

Admission RM25 only for each workshop.
Materials & lunch provided.
For registration kindly contact: 03-2331 7770, 03-2331 1228 (Rofiah).

Comments

Emi Kaz said…
Nak jd budak2 la mcm tu ! Nak ikut mummy Syam..hahaah

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