Date: Saturday, 6 & 13 December 2014 (repeat sessions)
Time: 2 - 4.30pm
Age Group: 7 - 12 years old
Fees: $50 per pair
Limited to 14 parent-child pairs per session.
To register, email email@example.com or call 61568817 / 8428.
Registration is confirmed only upon payment of workshop fees.
Decorative ceramic tiles were used in the latter half of the Victorian era in thousands of houses. Commonly known as Art Nouveau tiles, they were glazed with designed predominantly based on floral motifs and used as decorative elements in homes. This December holidays, join our Creative Tile Painting Workshop to learn the basic techniques of painting on ceramic tiles and explore the colour palette found in the NUS Baba House. Working as a team, parent and child will get to bring home their Peranakan-inspired tile at the end of the workshop!
About the artistRasha Eleyan has lived in Singapore for over 12 years and is known for her pop-culture inspired works. She was inspired by the richness of the Peranakan culture that she gave up practicing as a television producer and turned full time artist. Rasha graduated with a BA in Fine Arts from the Yarmouk University in Jordan and advanced painting and nude drawing from Libera Accademia Di Belle Arti of Rome. Her works have been showcased internationally in Rome and Jordan, as well as locally at the Blue Door Gallery, Art Affair at Wessex Estate, Gorth Art Gallery and Ion Gallery.