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BLAM BENGKEL at The School, Jaya One by Dumpster

I have been invited to organise a series of workshop at BLAM by Rom, founder of Dumpster. Knowing him since many years back where I started make a living as a full time crafter. It's  always wonderful to work with him, an energetic young man with his own vision and mission.

BLAM is a curated platform designed specifically for a local talents ranging from Artists, Designers, Musicians, Carpenters and all sorts of artworks that relates to creativity. This event covers a variety of activities including bazaar, workshop, art demonstration, food, exhibition, busking and many more.

BLAM is a loud boom. BLAM objective is to have a strong impact in the creative industry. BLAM is also a social responsibility to produce a creative generation and immerse oneself in creative entrepreneurship.

I hope all of you can come to support the first event of BLAM on 28th & 29th April at The School, Jaya One, Petaling Jaya.

I been cracking my head to think of what the suitable workshop and has came out with 3 series workshop which I think I could handle. It will be fun, to bring something fresh without anything redundant from any of my previous workshop.

BLAM BENGKEL 01 (28/4/2018 Saturday, 10am-2pm) at The School Jaya One
Notebook & Water Colour Workshop - RM170


4 hours workshop divided into 2 session:
You get to choose the silkscreen printed cover design notebook and make 3 notebooks using 3 different stitching method and material; Watercolour Notebook, Eco Notebook & Buku Tiga Lima conducted by LittleSyam the bookbinder. Once you’ve completed the session you will move to second session, learning some watercolour techniques from an expert @reaz_one .
Email to littlesyam@gmail.com. Seat are limited to max 20 participant only.
Fee is RM170 but prebook are required.


Get to know this talented @reaz_one from instagram, 
we been talking about doing some collaboration last year
and I think this is the right one to start with.
 


There are so many cover design for notebook to choose from. 
To all journal enthusiasts, I encourage you to come and join the workshop.

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BLAM BENGKEL 02 (28/4/2018 Saturday, 3.00pm-6pm)
Miniature Book Binding Workshop


Learning how to stitch a miniature book using long stitch binding method in 3 hours workshop session with LittleSyam the bookbinder. Participant will be provided with 2 sets of material and all tools are available for loan. Fee is RM100, prebook required.

Email to littlesyam@gmail.com. Seat are limited to max 20 participant only.


Using genuine leather.


Tiny watercolour drawing using miniature book..

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BLAM BENGKEL 03 (29/4/2018 Sunday, 10am-2pm & 3pm-6pm)
DIY Silkscreen Printing Totebag Workshop


The hands-on two slots silkscreen printing workshop conducted by LittleSyam. Participants will choose from design mould available and learn how to print on a tote bag. Participation based on first-come, first served, limited to 50 tote bags only. Prebook not required.



So much things has been lined up for me, but I really have to choose only whatever that makes me feel happy. I just started my 2018, a little bit late but I am being optimistic and hope whatever journey I take from now on won't compromise the quality and I am sure will learn so much this year. Amin

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