Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Ayala Museum, in partnership with The Department of Tourism and Faber-Castell, presents Summer St’art: Arts and Crafts Workshop Inspired by Philippine Festivals.

Suited for ages 7-12.

Create simple arts and crafts inspired by our colorful Philippine festivals. Immerse in the stories and culture of our regions while learning new techniques in art.

Baguio’s Panagbenga Festival
April 9, 2016
Create floral decorations and learn arrangement techniques through cutting and folding paper flowers.

Angono’s Higantes Festival
April 16, 2016
Learn basic papier mache techniques and make your own higante.

Pampanga’s Hot Air Balloon Festival
April 23, 2016
Make your own kite and miniature hot air balloons, and let your works fly!

Quezon’s Pahiyas Festival
May 7, 2016
Create your own miniature bahay kubo by decorating and painting using festival colors.

Cebu’s Sinulog Festival
May 14, 2016
Learn how to make a model guitar, and decorate your own pan de lechon.

Davao’s Kadayawan Festival
May 21, 2016
Create and design a miniature vinta and singkil fan.

Aklan’s Ati-Atihan Festival
May 28, 2016
Make your own festival necklace, headdress and accessories.

All sessions are from 2:00 to 5:00 pm.

Pre-registration is required.

Workshop fees come with basic materials and handouts.

Php 4,550 - Season Pass
Php 650 - Registration fee per workshop
Fee covers one (1) child. Guardians are admitted in the nearby waiting area only.

For inquiries and reservations, please call (63 2) 759-8288 local 35 or email: and look for Sofie Santiago, or any Tours and Education Associate.

Ayala Museum is located at Makati Avenue corner De La Rosa St., Ayala Center, Makati.

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