Times have changed in this 21st century age where lots of interesting and fun workshops have been made available everywhere. It's just a matter of choosing which topic your child is interested to learn. As a first time mom, I can't wait to enroll my child to summer workshops to expose her to different aspects of life and hone her to become a well-rounded person.
This summer 2014, Hobbes and Landes, in partnership with TASK (The Art School for Kids), is holding a workshop entitled Art Lab where art materials and techniques will be used to perform science experiments and make it into an art work. It's basically science and arts rolled into one workshop. Let me explain to you more about the details of this workshop through Q&A.
1. What is the age range of students that can enroll?
- The Art Lab workshop is for students aged 4 to 12 years old.
2. What is the workshop schedule for 2014?
- The workshop is held every Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays (MWF) for two hours from 1:30pm to 3:30pm.
- There are two rounds of classes with ten sessions each.
- One in April (7, 9, 11, 14, 16, 21, 23, 25, 28, 30) and
- One in May (7, 9, 12, 14, 16, 19, 21, 23, 26, 28).
3. How much is the Art Lab workshop fee?
- Workshop fee is P5,700 inclusive of all materials for all ten (10) sessions.
- For walk-in participants, it's P750 per session.
4. Where will the workshop be held?
- Workshop will only be held at Hobbes and Landes in Bonifacio High Street.
5. Where and until when can we register?
- You may register at the following branches of Hobbes and Landes: Bonifacio High Street, Greenbelt 5, Rockwell Power Plant and Greenhills Promenade.
- Accepting of enrollees is only until March 31, 2014
- Late enrollees will be accommodated as long as there are still slots available.
6. What kind of materials will be used?
- Basic art materials will be used such as art papers, crayons, paint, glitters, clay. Household materials will also be used. In case it involves materials that is unfamiliar to the children, the teachers will guide them and ensure proper safety in handling the materials.
7. Who will conduct the workshop?
- There are three (3) teachers per class and they are all graduates of Art courses from the University of the Philippines in Diliman, Quezon City.
8. How many students are there per class?
- A maximum of 12 students will be accommodated per class to ensure the right number of students.
9. What are some of the activities that we can expect from the workshop?
- Food Dye Color Wheel
- Chromatography for Kids
- Master Sculptor
- Create a Tornado
- Make your own Fossil
- Melting Hearts Art
- How to make a Glow in the Dark Slime
- Magnetic Silly Putty
- Mason Jar Terrarium
For more information, feel free to connect with them here.
Hobbes and Landes
Landline: 856-0935 (Bonifacio High Street)
How cool is that! Too bad, I still need to wait a few more years before my toddler is eligible to enroll in this workshop. I really hope that my child would appreciate science as much my hubby is so passionate about it. I'm pretty sure that anyone enrolled in this workshop would eventually realize that there's so much fun with science.
If you haven't been to Hobbes and Landes, let me give you a quick tour through this link.