Ayala Museum presents
WORKSHOPS FOR KIDS (3-6 years old)
Mommy and Me
Storytelling and Crafts Workshop
Looking to spend quality time with your young ones through the arts? Look no further than Ayala Museum’s Mommy and Me 2017 Summer Edition! This year, they will be introduced to the works of Filipino art’s most popular modernists through fun storytelling and arts and crafts sessions.
The workshops are suitable for children ages 3 to 6 years old. Prices are for the admission of one child and one guardian and are inclusive of materials and one day access to Ayala Museum.
Scroll down below to see our schedule for April and May 2017.
MOMMY AND ME STORYTELLING SESSIONS:
APRIL 8, 2017 | 9-11:30AM
Story: Little Raindrop
Activity: Make your own Rain Clouds
Brief Description: Learn about the water cycle, its processes and its importance through the story and the activity
APRIL 22, 2017| 9-11:30AM | FEW SLOTS LEFT!
Story: Si Emang Engkatada at ang Tatlong Haragan
Activity: Make your own Bug Magnets
Brief Description: Instill the value of Earth preservation through the story and the creative activity
APRIL 29, 2017| 9-11:30AM
Story: Ang Kaibigan Kong Bato
Activity: Paint your own Story Stones
Brief Description: Develop better story comprehension and learn basic techniques in painting by making your own story stones.
MOMMY AND ME VISUAL ART MODERNS:
MAY 6, 2017| 9-11:30AM
Artist featured: Ramon Orlina
Activity/Skill Taught: Mosaic Making
Brief Description: Learn why Orlina’s glass sculpture technique is revolutionary and take inspiration from his works to create your own glass-like mosaics.
MAY 13, 2017| 9-11:30AM
Artist featured: Abdulmari Imao
Activity/Skill taught: Muslim Patterns and Calligraphy
Brief Description: Know more about National Artist Abdulmari Imao and better understand Muslim Art and calligraphy through applying basic watercolor techniques and using different patterns.
MAY 20. 2017| 9-11:30AM
Artist featured: Raul Isidro
Skill taught: Printmaking
Brief Description: Learn why Raul Isidro’s technique in printmaking is simple yet innovative and see how everyday items can be used as materials to create your own print masterpiece.
MAY 27, 2017| 9-11:30AM
Artist featured: Anita Magsaysay-Ho
Skill taught: Color Theory and Making Simple Portraits
Brief Description: See the importance of good color combinations and mixes and learn how to create simple self-portraits.
Single Pass: Php 750
Discounted Single Pass Rate for Members, AGC Employees, and ARC: Php 675
All April Sessions (storytelling): Php 2,250
All May Sessions (arts and crafts): Php 3,000, refreshments sponsored by Bayani Brew
HOW TO REGISTER?
Please do fill up the registration form below:
Payment can be made at the Ayala museum counter or through bank payment to Ayala Foundation, Inc. (account no. 0011-1490-14) at any BPI branch. Deposit slip copies must be emailed at firstname.lastname@example.org
A confirmation email will be received from the Ayala Museum staff to confirm if your reservation has been finalized.
CALL: 759 82 84 / 759 82 72 / 759 82 88