The school year is about to close and youngsters will simply refuse to stay idle during the summer. To this Adamson University’s Cultural Affairs Office offers artistic summer workshops that will not only entertain but perhaps discover and develop talents.
From April 6 to 29, kids, teens and young adults can choose from five exciting activities to spend the summer with. First up is Advanced Photography, which will be conducted in partnership with the Federation of Philippine Photographers Foundation (FPPF). The renowned group is composed of the best photographers in the industry and is known for their photography classes held in Intramuros.
Then there’s Jazz and Hip-hop Dancing for the dancers at heart. CAO is partnering with the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA) to bring this workshop.
For the budding visual artists, there are two workshops to choose from. The NCCA offers Architectural Painting and Color Rendering while artist Marlon Magbanua will teach Materials and Techniques. Magbanua is a resident artist of White Wall Gallery and has been part of several art exhibits held at Adamson.
And for the future singers, voice lessons will be conducted by music master Jeandro Rabang. He is a conductor for the Adamson University Chorale, UP College of Music chorale group, and assistant conductor of the University of the East chorale group.
Apart from the NCCA, other departments who will collaborate for the workshop are the Basic Education Department, PE Department, Mass Communication Department, and the College of Architecture.
Workshop fee is PhP3,500 and sessions will be held every Tuesday and Thursday at various venues inside the campus. A minimum of 15 participants is needed for a workshop to take place.
CAO can be reached at (02) 524-2011 local 255 and at (02) 383-3735 for registration and other details.