April 13, 2018

 

Registration is now open for all workshops this May!

MOSAIC WITH MOM: MOSAIC MAKING WORKSHOP WITH CRAFT MNL 

Registration link:  http://bit.ly/AAG-MosaicMaking

Bond with the kids and celebrate Mother’s Day early in this Mother & Child Mosaic Making Workshop! Discover how to make mosaic pieces out of ceramic tiles! Learn how to literally piece together both functional and decorative items. At the end of the session, each pair of participants will be able to make to designs of their making (8×8″ and 6×6″ mosaic pieces).

May 5, 2018 (Saturday) | 1 – 5 PM
Ateneo Art Gallery
Ben Chan ArtSuite
2/F Arts Wing, Areté
Ateneo de Manila University

Workshop Fee:
Php 2500 for Mother & Child* (inclusive of materials)
Php 500 per additional child (max of 2 per mother)

*Children must be at least 8 years old to participate

About Craft MNL
Craft MNL is a community of artisans, crafters, designers and creative entrepreneurs who learn, create, share and celebrate the work of our hands. They provide a virtual space for local communities to create and appreciate crafts and other handmade products. Craft MNL hosts a variety of art workshops, such as leather crafting, printmaking and macrame.

SHADOW PLAY WORKSHOP WITH ANINO SHADOWPLAY COLLECTIVE 

Registration link: http://bit.ly/AAG-AninoShadowPlay

Discover the art of shadow play and creative storytelling with Anino Shadowplay Collective! Learn the elements of shadow play as you explore color, texture and form through different objects. Participants will piece together different elements to come up with an improvisational shadowplay performance as a culminating activity.

May 9-11, 2018 (Wed-Fri) | 1-4PM
Ateneo Art Gallery
Ben Chan ArtSuite
2/F Arts Wing, Areté, Ateneo de Manila University

Workshop Fee: Php 4000 for 3 sessions (inclusive of materials)

Open to participants 16 years old and above

About Anino Shadowplay Collective

The Anino Shadowplay Collective, formed in 1996, is a group of multimedia artists committed to popularizing the art of shadowplay. Its members come from diverse backgrounds; educators, cultural workers, visual artists, musicians and theatre practitioners are amongst its core members. It undertakes live performances, exhibitions, video, animation and workshops often in collaboration with educational and art institutions and occasionally with commercial establishments.

The heart of ANINO’s narratives lies in Philippine traditional art and literature, political history and contemporary culture. Its aesthetic, like Philippine culture itself, borrows from a wide canvas, taking influence from Filipiniana to universal pop imagery and “international” experimental art. Questions of Filipino identity are dealt with through projected images and hybrid theatrical styles.

FRAME BY FRAME: AN INTRODUCTION TO STOP MOTION ANIMATION WITH ALCAZAREN BROS. ANIMATION

Registration link: http://bit.ly/AAG-AlcazarenAnimation

Learn more about stop motion animation in this workshop with the Alcazaren Brothers, as they introduce participants to the art of stop-motion animation in three modules, all involving hands-on work.

May 15-16, 2018 (Tues-Wed) | 9AM – 5PM
Ateneo Art Gallery
Ben Chan ArtSuite
2/F Arts Wing, Areté, Ateneo de Manila University

Workshop Fee: Php 4000 for 2 whole day sessions (inclusive of materials and meals)

Open to participants 10 years old and above

About Alcazaren Bros. Animation
Alcazaren Bros. Animation is a stop-motion animation group. Established in 1989 by Juan and Miguel Alcazaren, the company pioneered the development of clay animation and other non-computer graphic generated animation.


PRINTMAKING WORKSHOPS WITH THE ASSOCIATION OF PINOYPRINTMAKERS 

Registration link: http://bit.ly/AAG-APWorkshops

Monotype and Collograph Printmaking Technique 
May 25, 2018, Friday, 1 PM – 5 PM
Venue: National Bookstore Atelier, 2/F Innovation Wing, Areté
Workshop Fee: Php 2,000.00 (inclusive of materials)

Rubbercut Printmaking Technique
May 26, 2018, Saturday, 1 PM – 5 PM
Venue: National Bookstore Atelier, 2/F Innovation Wing, Areté
Workshop Fee: Php 2,000.00 (inclusive of materials)

Drypoint Printmaking Technique
May 27, 2018, Sunday, 1 PM – 5 PM
Venue: Ben Chan ArtSuite, 2/F Arts Wing, Areté
Workshop Fee: Php 2,000.00 (inclusive of materials)

About The Association of Pinoyprintmakers (A/P)
Founded in 1969, The Association of Pinoyprintmakers seeks to promote, develop and establish printmaking as a major visual art form in the country. This series of workshops will be facilitated by A/P Head, Benjie Torrado Cabrera, along with visual artists Mars Bugaoan and Yas Doctor.

For inquiries, email us at aag@ateneo.edu or call Esty Bagos, Museum Education Officer at 426.6001 loc. 5392