2010 Summer Workshops for Kids

School’s out!  Well, not yet, but we’ve got the perfect solution to filling your kid’s summer vacation with great (i.e. fun AND educational) activities.  We’ve prepared three arts and writing workshops for children, which will surely contibute to their collection of most memorable childhood memories.

As usual, we have the book making workshop (for ages 6 to 11), which will be facilitated by Jomike Tejido — author and illustrator of Ang Pambihirang Sombrero.  Jomike will guide the participants through the process of creating their very own book — from writing the story, to layout and illustrations, to designing the cover.  This year, the workshop will be held at the Filipinas Heritage Library, from 9:00 AM to 12:00 NN, starting on April 12 up until April 16 (Monday to Friday).  The fee is Php 3,500.00.

For ages 9 to 12, we are offering a book illustrating workshop at our showroom.  The workshop will be facilitated by our talented book illustrators, and will happen from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM on May 3 to 7 (Monday to Friday).  Here, the kids will taught how to create studies, build storyboards, use different styles and trends in illustrating books.  The fee is Php 3,350.00.

To be held at our showroom also, the short story writing workshop (for ages 13 to 16) will be held from 9:00 AM to 12:00 NN from April 26 to 30 (Monday to Friday).  Facilitated by one of our authors, this workshop will feature intensive discussions on the basic elements of the shorty story.  The fee is Php 2,000.00 per head.

Fees are inclusive of all arts and writing materials needed for the workshop.  We will only be accepting a maximum of twenty-five (25) students per class on a first-come, first-served basis.  Enrolments completed before March 22, 2010 or registrations of 3 or more participants get a 25% discount.

For inquiries and registration, please call Grace through 372-3548 local 110 or grace [at] adarna.com.ph.  To see the printable e-brochure, click here!

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