• Summer workshops at Museo Pambata

    Want your child to develop his skill for painting or drawing? Want him to practice his love for the theater and acting? Check out Museo Pambata’s lineup of workshops this summer.
    by SmartParenting Staff .
  • Does your child have a knack for drawing or painting? Does he have a natural gift for acting? Then you might want to sign him up for Museo Pambata’s “Art’s Cool” summer workshops so he can hone his talents in the arts.
     
    Learn basic painting techniques from children's book illustrator and art teacher Hubert Fucio in the Basic Art Workshop for children aged 4 to 8 years old.

    Art Spot, Art Stuff

    Workshop for children aged 9 to 16 years old includes painting, diorama and collage making including visits to art galleries. Visual artist and art instructor Marc Cosico facilitates.

     
    The Express Yourself

    Storytelling Workshop for Kids will be facilitated by writer and Philippine Board and Books for Young People (PBBY) president, Zarah Gagatiga, is open for children aged 8 to 12 years old.

    A Storytelling Workshop for Adults 18 years old and above (yes, even parents can sign up for a workshop!) is also on offer, with premier storytelling group Alitaptap Storytellers Philippines as facilitators. Participants of the storytelling workshops will learn the art of storytelling from voice and reading techniques.


    Actors Pleygrawnd, a group of film, television and theater actors, will conduct a Children's Theater workshop for kids aged four to 12 years old.
     
    Basic and Advanced Silk Screening or Serigraphy Workshops are also open to teens and children. Facilitator Teny Arellano will teach template making and photo emulsion. Advanced class will work with ceramics and wood.

    Class sizes are limited to ensure the best possible learning environment. To enroll in Art's Cool, visit Museo Pambata along Roxas Boulevard corner South Drive, Manila, or call 523-1797, 523-1798, or 536-0595. You can also e-mail info@museopambata.org.
     
    Read these articles (Museo Pambata: The Philippines’ Educational Playground (Part 1 of 2) and Museo Pambata: Things to See, Smell, Touch, Taste and Explore (Part 2 of 2) ) to learn more about Museo Pambata.

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