Sunday, 23 June 2013

In conjunction with Children’s Season | Introduction to Mosaic (Advanced)

Date: Saturday, 15 & 22 June 2013
Time: 2pm – 4.30pm
Venue: NUS Museum, ST Lee Atrium

Age Group: 6 years – 12 years
Fees: $40 per pair

Limited to 15 pairs of parents and children per session.
To register, email or call 6516-8817 / 4616. Registration is confirmed only upon payment of workshop fees.

Craving for more mosaic art after the first beginners’ session? Sign up for the advanced version of our mosaic workshop to learn more about them and to create more mosaic art pieces! This advanced workshop is suitable for those who have completed the beginner’s session or have some previous experience with mosaic before. This hands-on and interactive workshop is a great way to awaken or further develop your child’s creative skills. Each team has the option to mosaic a mini mirror or photoframe.  At the end of the session, each pair of parent and child gets to take home their completed piece of mosaic art.

About the Artist
Nanette Zehnder’s first contact with mosaic was during her countless trips to Australia where she was fascinated by the colours and textures of mosaic art. This intrigued her and thus began her passion for the craft. She runs Mosaic Workshop which enables her to share her skills and craft with many eager artists. Her mosaic sessions are kept simple as she encourages all her students to explore and create pieces of personal masterpieces of art. Nanette has worked with several corporate clients and both primary and secondary schools where she has created and mosaic art pieces and murals. By using the finest materials gathered from her travels, she creates one-of-a-kind contemporary mosaic for home settings, corporate gifts, signage and even shopping malls. 

Children’s Season 2013 is jointly presented by National Heritage Board and Museum Roundtable.

Event photos
Post by NUS Museum.

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