Ayala Museum presents
Big & Small: Mask Making Workshop for the Whole Family
with Bru Sim-Nada
29 July 2017 | 9am – 12nn
Ayala Museum Ground Floor Lobby
Bond and create artworks with the whole family! The workshop will teach you how to create different masks out of found objects and craft materials. Techniques on collage work, pattern-making, and color harmony will be explored and taught in this workshop.
This workshop will also seek inspiration from the cubist works of National Artist Vicente Manansala, and is a collateral education program for the ongoingManansala & Manalad: Framing History exhibition.
FREE WITH MUSEUM ADMISSION (Click here to see admission fees)
First come-First Served (LIMITED SLOTS ONLY)
About the facilitator:
Bru Sim-Nada is the lychee-half of Electrolychee, a creative studio she runs with husband Marcus. Both are long-time members of Ang Ilustrador ng Kabataan (Ang INK). As a new mom, she looks forward to making art together with baby Duyan, Marcus and their five cats.
HOW TO REGISTER?
Please fill up the registration form.
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.
To download our full workshop guidelines (refunds, cancellations, etc.), click here.
CALL: 759 82 88 local 8272 or 8267
LOOK FOR: Sofia Santiago, or any Education Associate