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Virtual art fest presents series of workshops

Learn a new craft every weekend in April and May with the help of artists leading the workshops at the SM Stationery Virtual Art Fest 2021. 

The virtual festival, which started on Easter Sunday and runs until May 30, features traditional visual art forms like brush calligraphy, watercolor, and abstract painting, as well as contemporary expressions like doodle sketching and pop arts and crafts. 

A pen canister (left) and bookmarks designed using Prismacolor Colored Pencils.
Upcoming workshops include Glue Drawn Art using Elmer’s Glue, led by preschool teacher Jillian Dungo (April 17); Slime Art (April 18); Design Your Own Tumbler using Sharpie markers, led by calligrapher Kylee Tabil (April 24); and Getting Crafty, led by professional art teacher Aimee Fadriguela using Prismacolor Colored Pencils in designing canisters and bookmarks (April 25).

May workshops are Ball pen Sketching (May 1); Creative Journaling (May 2); Word Art (May 8); Design Your Own Flower Pot (May 9); Urban Sketching 101 with inks and watercolor brush pens (May 15); Expressive Botanical Sketching (May 16); Intro to Brush Calligraphy Workshop (May 22); Face Shield Decoration Workshop and Do-It-Yourself Popsicle Sticks Lantern Workshop (May 23); Abstract Art Marbling (May 29); and Fancify Your Letters (May 30).

To join, buy the art fest workshop kits at smstationery.com.ph or in select SM Stationery branches, register online, and wait for the confirmation email and the password to the Zoom session which will be sent three days prior to the schedule of the workshop. 

Topics: SM Stationery Virtual Art Fest 2021 , SM Stationery

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