Kid's Art Camp - Family Theme

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Kid's Art Camp - Family Theme

240.00

This 4 days kid's art program will be curated around the following theme to help children appreciate the surroundings of their lives, environment and value of families. 


Theme: I love my family
- Family member portraits ( feel free to bring any reference images during the class )
- Images transfer ( need a high-resolution picture printed in a professional Photo station. Size requirement will be sent to the registered students)
- Chinese ink painting for senior family members birthday with auspicious meanings
- Foil sculpture or fabric painting of tea towels or ice painting if the signed up group is too young.

Recommended age: 4 - 10 years old. 

The final workshop content might be adjusted based on the final signing up age group and genders. We love to give surprises to the little people.

Date: 26-29 June 2018

Time: 10am- 12:30pm( applied to 4 days)

Address: 01-01, 10 Woking Road, Singapore 138691

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Refreshments will be provided, however, you are welcome to bring along your favourite snacks. 

Price is $240 per child per theme.

Tickets to this program are non-refundable but can be transferred to another child. 

A limited edition apron will be given to those who sign up before 31 May! 


This is part of Michelle Ma Art’s 2018 Summer Art Program. There will be various workshops, open studio and classes scheduled to help people with their creative journeys and to share her passion for rich Chinese culture. 

About the Artist
Michelle Ma ( born 1978, China) started her Chinese ink painting training since she was eight years old. Being a full-time artist wasn’t being realized until 2015 when she became a mother of her two young children in Singapore. She left her corporate job in Shell after 13 years in order to pursue her childhood dream.
After her debut exhibition in The Substation in Singapore in 2016, her artwork had been collected all over the world. She has been featured on various platforms in Singapore and overseas. Some of her artworks have appeared on” Liao He Zao Bao”( the widest read Chinese newspaper in Singapore). The strong colours and expressive strokes made her work stand out as there are stories behind each painting.