Ayala Museum holds 2013 summer workshops

The Ayala Museum was abuzz with creativity this summer with dozens of workshops on art, literature, photography, and more. Attended by the young and young at heart, the museum’s summer education program was divided into four categories.

The st’ART! Summer Workshops for Kids introduced children ages 5 to 11 to the works of some of the greatest artists in the world, including Vincent van Gogh and Salvador Dali. Each of the eight classes featured a different artist. Kids were also introduced to the artistic styles of each master, so they could recreate them in fun and easy ways.

The Art Room, meanwhile, was attended by adults and teens 15 years and above. There were four workshops under this category: Cartooning with Manix Abrera, Watercolor with Eileen Escueta, Oil Painting with Abraham Orobia, and iPad Art with Wilfredo Offemaria Jr.

Aside from art workshops, the Ayala Foundation’s Arts and Culture Division also organized Write Now!, which offered writing workshops for adults and teens. The workshops under Write Now! included Creative Writing for Adults with Conchitina Cruz, Creative Writing for Teens with Sandra Nicole Roldan, and Blogworthy, a creative blogging workshop with Arriane Serafico.

Under the program Focus, the museum also offered workshops on photography. It held Photography for Teens with Estan Cabiga, and The Art of Composition and Digital Black and White, both with Dennis Balangue.

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