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Ayala Museum Launches Virtual Art Workshops, Here's Why You Should Let Your Kids Join
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  • It can be challenging to keep the kids entertained at home these days. This summer, you can let them join Ayala Museum's virtual art workshops.

    The virtual art workshop will teach your kids basic drawing, painting, and digital art techniques—from how to hold a paintbrush to choosing the right digital art program.

    It's also a great way for your little ones to learn about history through art. There are so many details in a Juan Luna painting or a Jose Honorato Lozano still life that can serve as inspiration for your children. They can even draw mythical creatures inspired by the museum's ceramics collection.

    You can also trust that your children will be in good hands as the workshops will be led by artists who have great experience in their respective art styles. Your children will also get feedback straight from the experts.

    Workshops are exclusive to 10 slots only so children will have plenty of time to interact with each other.

    Here's the complete schedule:

    Children's Workshops (8-10 years old)

    Basic Drawing: Mythical Creatures w/ Karla Sajona

    April 24 & May 1, Saturday, 10AM to 12PM

    In this workshop, your children can learn about mythical creatures featured in the Ayala Museum ceramics collection and what they symbolize. Then they can make their own creatures straight from their imagination.

    Digital iPad Drawing and Composition: Lozano's Still Life w/ Mandee Sarinas

    May 22 & 29, Saturday, 10AM to 12PM

    Here your children will learn to use their iPad to make art. Teachers will be integrating basic techniques of digital media to help kids create their next masterpiece inspired by history.


    Children's workshops cost Php2,500. Early bird promo is available at P2,250. PWD rates is at P1,785.

    Adult's Workshops (18 years old and above)

    Adults are welcome to join the fun, too!

    Basic Drawing: Lozano's Still Life w/ Abe Orobia

    April 24, May 1 & 8, Saturday, 2PM to 4:30PM

    Studying still life is a great way to kick-start your career in art. You can learn the basics of drawing through the still life works of Filipino artist Jose Honorato Lozano.

    Acrylic Painting: Landscapes of Luna w/ Benedict Reyna

    May 15, 22 & 29 Saturday, 2PM to 4:30PM

    In this workshop, you will learn the basics of painting mountains, valleys, oceans, and trees through the works of Juan Luna and Benedict Reyna.

    Adults' workshops cost Php3,500. Early bird promo is available for P3,150. PWD rates is at P2,500.

    To take part in Ayala Museum's virtual art workshops, register through www.ayalamuseum.org/events or email virtualevents@ayalamuseum.org.

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