Children's Season 2014 | Workshop: Creative Linocut Printing

Dates: 21 & 28 June  2014, Saturday (Repeat Session)
Time: 2.00pm - 4.30pm
Venue: NUS Museum, ST Lee Atrium

Age Group: 7 years - 12 years
Fee: $68/per pair. Limited to 15 pairs of parent and child per session. (Minimum of 10 pairs to proceed.)

To register, email or call 6516 8817 / 4616.

*Registration is confirmed only upon payment of workshop fees.

Join us for some fun with our Creative Linocut Printing workshops during this holiday season! Did you know that linocut is a type of block print that dates back to the 1860s? You will learn more about the techniques of linocut printmaking such as transferring, carving and printmaking images on linoleum blocks in this hands-on workshop. Each pair of parent and child will get to take home their creative prints at the end of the workshop.

Click here to view the eflyer.

About the Artist:
Joseph Chiang is an artist-printmaker known for his retro-pop-culture-inspired art and prints. He has exhibited his works in the United States, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Singapore. Joseph founded the Monster Gallery, a creative studio specializing in creative printmaking in 2007. Besides creating its own original prints, Monster Gallery has conducted printmaking workshops for both private and public institutions such as First Media Design School, Nanyang Polytechnic, The National Library Board, The Design Society, Sculpture Square and Petit Morpho in Hong Kong.

Children's Season 2014 is jointly presented by National Heritage Board and Museum Roundtable.


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