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National Gallery Singapore - Tween Workshops
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Tween Workshops: Century of Light
Calling all budding artists aged 11–16 years old! Don’t miss this rare opportunity to learn new techniques from some of Singapore’s most outstanding artists, in a series of dynamic workshops at National Gallery Singapore. 

9 December 2017 - Explore how the Impressionist painters depicted light through the captivating exhibition Colours of Impressionism: Masterpieces from The Musée d'Orsay. Spend time sketching in the galleries under the guidance of an experienced artist and learn ingenious techniques to capture the effects of light in your art.

16 December 2017 - Discover how the Impressionist painters used colour to create different effects as you journey through the exhibition Colours of Impressionism: Masterpieces from The Musée d'Orsay. Experiment with colour using pastels and create your own masterpiece.

Time: 2–5pm
Venue: City Hall Wing, Level 1, Keppel Centre for Art Education 
Strictly for 11–16 year olds (unaccompanied)

Start Sales Date

Internet:
20 Oct 2017, 9am

Other Channels:
20 Oct 2017, 10am

Language

English

Duration

Approximately 180 minutes

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Rating / Age Limit

  • Admission is subject to tickets produced at the entrance.

Photography / Video Recording Rules

  • No flash photography or videography is permitted in the galleries.
  • Still photography (no flash) for non-commercial use is permitted.
  • Photography may not be permitted in the special exhibition galleries.
  • Use of selfie sticks and tripods is also not permitted in the galleries.

Additional Info

  • No food and drink (including bottled water) is permitted in the galleries.
  • Tickets are only valid on the stipulated date, and for one entry.
  • Tickets cannot be refunded, sold or exchanged, and are void if altered.
  • Concession tickets are only valid for visitors who meet the concessionary requirements.

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S$25.50 per ticket for Gallery Insider (with valid membership card)

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Sat, 9 and 16 December 2017

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