Date: 8 June 2018, Friday Time: 2 to 4pm Venue: Asian Civilisations Museum
About the Workshop
Create your own masterpiece inspired by carvings on the stone walls of Angkor temples in this rubber stamp carving workshop. Take a closer look at the beautiful details of Khmer art and architecture as you are guided by experienced facilitators in this beginner-friendly workshop. Then you can start decorating your paper stationery with one-of-a-kind stamps you carved by yourself!
ParadeMade is a local stamp making studio that creates handcrafted rubber stamps from original whimsical illustrations. Jiahui, the founder of ParadeMade, is a self-taught stamp artist and printmaker. She divides her time between producing stamps, commissioned work, and teaching classes to share her skills in stamp making. Her work has been featured on various media including Channel News Asia, Lianhe Zaobao and the 100 Creatives podcast.
Each ticket admits ONE parent-child pair at the workshop.
The parent-child workshop is suitable for children 7 to 12 years old. Each child must be accompanied by a parent or guardian, as sharp tools will be used. Strictly no exceptions.
Participants should arrive 15 minutes before the start of the session.
A confirmation email will be sent to you once your registration is confirmed.
A minimum of 5 parent-child pairs is needed to proceed. Registration closes a day before the workshop and tickets are non-refundable if participant is unable to attend. If the event is cancelled, full ticket-price refund will be given.
To find out more about the Angkor: Exploring Cambodia's Sacred City exhibition, please visit this link: http://acm.org.sg/whats-on/exhibitions/angkor
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