May 11, 2015

Teach What You Know: A Summer Crafternoon

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  • To all artists, hobbyists, crafters or just anyone with enthusiasm really, here’s one great way you can spend your next Saturday afternoon this summer.



    Poster by Kat Santos


    Happening on May 16, 2015 at the Philexcel Arts Center in Clarkfield, Pampanga, Teach What You Know: A Summer Crafternoon is an arts and crafts gathering where you can both share what you know about the crafts you love and learn about the crafts that you’ve yet to discover. It’s a great way to make new friends, learn new skills, come up with new ideas and of course, share your love for arts and crafts!

    Activities include calligraphy, drawing and illustration, paper crafts, stamp carving, design, and everything handmade and DIY, but the classes will concentrate on four activities: rubber stamp making, fashion illustration, modern calligraphy, and paper cutting. Participants are encouraged to bring their own arts and crafts paraphernalia.

    The classes will be facilitated by a group of friends all interested in making art. You can check out their Instagram accounts to see samples of their work:

    Andrea Dela Cruz @aphazia

    April Galang Gascon @createpapercrafts

    Kat Santos @thepapercat

    Mitzi Villanueva @mitzivillanueva

    Teach What You Know: A Summer Crafternoon will be held from 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM. Admission is only P250! This includes a light snack. You can register online through this form.


    Article by Ida Irigo

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