Chinese Calligraphy and Ink Painting Workshop
Image © Chang Studio
Dates: Saturdays, 6 & 13 June 2015 and 20 & 27 June 2015 (Repeat Session)
Timing: 2pm – 4.30pm
Age Group: 7 years – 12 years
Require a minimum of 12 pairs of parents and children to conduct workshop. For enquiries, email email@example.com or call 6516-8817 / 4616.
*1 ticket admits 1 parent and child pair.
Sign up for our Chinese Calligraphy and Ink Painting Workshops this June to explore more about these traditional Chinese art forms. During the first session, parents and children will be introduced to the history of Chinese calligraphy before learning basic brush techniques and simple characters.
In the next session, you will discover how to paint traditional subjects such as bamboo, trees, flowers, and birds amongst others. At the end of the workshop, each team gets to bring home their own unique work!
About the Artist
Chang Studio was established in 2001 and seeks to inculcate traditional Chinese culture in the hearts of our society, especially that of the younger generation. It has been providing art education to Singapore schools. Their artist-teachers specializes in art forms such as Chinese Calligraphy, Chinese Brush Painting, Paper Cutting, Seal Carving and Ceramics which are endorsed by the National Arts Council of Singapore. These courses are designed to provide young learners with a basic foundation and technical skills to expand their horizons and creativity.
Children’s Season 2015 is jointly presented by National Heritage Board and Museum Roundtable.
- The event description was updated. Diff 2015-05-13 03:53:28
[ Sat ] - [ Sat ]
2:00 PM - 4:30 PM SGT
- ST Lee Atrium, NUS Museum
Saturdays, 6 & 13 June 2015 (2pm - 4.30pm) $20.00 Saturdays, 20 & 27 June 2015 (2pm - 4.30pm) $20.00
- Venue Address
- NUS Museum, NUS Centre For the Arts, National University of Singapore, University Cultural Centre, 50 Kent Ridge Crescent, Singapore 119279 Singapore
By Bus: 151 (Opp NUS Raffles Hall) & 96, 151, 151e (NUS Raffles Hall), MRT: Clementi MRT station, take bus 96 and it stops directly outside the Museum.
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