ArtStories 2017 Art Workshop Catalogue

Hello everyone!

This is ArtStories workshop catalogue that explains what each workshop is about and the pricing for each of the different workshops we can teach! This is a growing collection of our workshops and I will updated every month with new workshops so do keep a look out for our programmes. If you have a workshop in mind, ArtStories will be able to create the new workshop to your needs.

Please download the pdf file the individual workshops and feel free to ask me any questions should you or your company may have. You may contact me at jacquelyn@artstories.biz  & +6597569247.

2017 BookBinding JacquelynSoo

2017 BrushLetterWriting JacquelynSoo

2017 Canvas Painting(maskingtape)JacquelynSoo

2017 Canvas Painting(onthinboard) JacquelynSoo

2017 Canvas Tote Bag Painting – JacquelynSoo

2017 ChineseInkPainting JacquelynSoo

2017 ChinesePaper Cut JacquelynSoo

2017 Coffee (liquid&powder) JacquelynSoo

2017 Coffee Liquid Art JacquelynSoo

2017 Decoupage Art JacquelynSoo

2017 DreamCatcher JacquelynSoo

2017 InstrumentMaking JacquelynSoo

2017 Mandala Art JacquelynSoo

2017 MeltedCrayonPainting JacquelynSoo

2017 Paper Quiling JacquelynSoo

2017 Printmaking Art Workshop JacquelynSoo

2017 StainedGlass JacquelynSoo

2017 StringArt JacquelynSoo

2017 Tie Dye Art JacquelynSoo

2017 TilePainting JacquelynSoo

2017 Upcycle Art Workshop JacquelynSoo

2017 WinePainting JacquelynSoo

2017 WoodBurning JacquelynSoo

2017_ChinesePaperLantern_JacquelynSoo

 

 

School for the Deaf Wall Mural

8 June – After 7 weeks of mural painting with 2 students from School for the Deaf led by artists Gerald Tay and Jacquelyn Soo, the mural at School for the Deaf is completed.

The mural depicts the remaining 14 students from 2015 – 2017 who have now moved on to places in Secondary, Polytechnic and Special schools. The 2 remaining students will move out of the school by end of 2017. The institution will be closed then. This mural is a special request by the school to leave a mark in the building to remind anyone who has had interactions and memories in the school. The wording ‘We Were Here’ is meant to signify the presence of all who have contributed to the school since 1963.

For more information about SSD and to read about it’s history: http://www.ssd.edu.sg/about.html

On the side note, in an effort to mark the end of an era for SSD, artists Jacquelyn Soo and Michelle Lai will be working on a collaborative Art Camp this November school holidays with the hearing impaired youths to engage them in an immersive, interactive art camp comprising of Art, Music, Yoga and Gardening. The youths will also teach hearing participants how to sign in their language. This would be a tremendously active project where we also invite the participants to share their collective activities/artworks in an exhibition sometime in March 2018.

We will update all details of the project in time.

Meanwhile, please enjoy looking at the mural painted by the students, teachers and artists.

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More musical fun with Instrument Making Workshop

27 May 2017 – ArtStories shared instrument making craft ideas to group of children from Bukit Gombak RC.

Marla and Pooja led this workshop with lots of giggles, laughter and musical making rhythms and jingles.

We are happy  to share art & craft DIY culture with communities in Singapore so as to increase appreciation and awareness of the arts. Enjoy the pictures!

Sand Art Workshop *new

23 May, Tuesday – ArtStories visited East View Primary School and conducted a rather messy and challenging Sand Art Workshop for Primary 4 students.

Under the guidance of artists; Tanty, Marla and myself, the students came up with interesting animals, landscapes, flowers and food as subject for their sand artworks.

The workshop lasted 2 hours. This is ArtStories first Sand Art Workshop and we hope to interest other parties to try our workshop. We want to be able to create more interesting patterns and blending of the coloured sand for future workshops.

Tote Bag Painting Fun!

21 May, Sunday – Marla and I spent the early morning of Sunday painting on tote bags with a group of 30 children as an art activity hosted by Hougang CC for their residents.

The children were asked to create tote bags for their Mother’s to celebrate Mother’s Day month and to send thanks and appreciation for all the care and love their mothers have showered them with.

The Hougang children were indeed a cheerful and interactive group as they helped each other out in their artwork. One of their parents told me that this area is very ‘kampung’ reflecting the idea that they are a very well integrated community who has formed very close knitted ties.

ArtStories is pleased to have worked with you!

ArtStories Workshops at Mount Faber SAFRA – 27 May, 3 June, 17 June 2017

Hi Peeps!

ArtStories is collaborating with MOUNT FABER SAFRA to feature 3 of my popular workshops at their venue.

Workshop is open to public and payable to SAFRA MOUNT FABER.

Do join me or my trainers for these workshops!

27 May – BRUSH LETTERING

3 June – STRING ART

17 June – TOTE BAG PAINTING

You may also wish to contact me directly: jacquelyn@artstories.biz / 97569247 for more inquires!

Hope to see you there! Brush Lettering (2)String ArtTote Bag Painting

 

 

Wine Art Painting

18 May 2017 – Drunk as we can be, high as far as we can go, drink up, be merry as we take on a brush and swish our brushes with wine and laughter.

We had a merry workshop painting using real drinkable red wine that will give our painting a rather vintage look. The room was filled with aromatic red wine scent that lifted our spirits as we explored ways to paint and express our inner self. Many of the 40 pax participants took to painting flowers, travel pictures, animals and landscapes.

I was very glad that the participants enjoyed themselves tremendously in this smell-infusing workshop.

*If you’re thinking, yes participants could have a glass of wine with the bottles I’ve bought.

Art & Craft for Primary to Tertiary Level Awardees

5, 13, 16, 17 & 30th May – It is quite an encouraging gesture that Singapore gives out cash prizes to students who do well in their studies. Sure, one may urge that we should not educate our children to strive only for cash and to look beyond studying in order to get a prize. Which is why various community centres have come to realise the power of art to inspire, relax and create memorable moments with both parent and child.

ArtStories was invited to create simple art & craft artworks to realise this mission. We made cloth peg butterflies, cloth peg airplanes, painted/drew on wooden boxes and even had a session of brush lettering for the tertiary level students to personalise their own quotes/words of inspiration.

Trainers conducting these workshops are Gerald Tay, Felicia Mak, Pooja, Kaehana, Angie Chua, Shaf and myself as the ideas person behind this wonderful mass workshop.