Want to give your kids summer fun that goes beyond the malls and play stations? Here’s a free and genuinely interesting offering from Rizal Park!
The National Parks Development Committee (NPDC) launches today (May 4) the “Labs Kita Saturday” weekly program at the Luneta. Today’s eventwill feature the Park’s first free art workshops at the picture-perfect Musical Dancing Fountain are, from 4 pm, withe the theme “.
The event is organized by NPDC Executive Director Juliet Villegas through the Public Relations and Events Management firm Blitz Communications Philippines; Arts Association of the Philippines (AAP); on-the-job trainee students of Far Eastern University, De La Salle University– asmarinas, and Technological University of the Philippines; and in partnership with UniSilver TIME, DONG-A, and UnliSolutions Manpower Services & Events Management Inc., Media partners include Business Mirror, Health and Fitness Newsprint Magazine, and Pilipino Mirror.
Along with other members of the AAP, the art workshop will be led by seasoned artists and its current President, Fidel “Maestro” Sarmiento, and shall utilize mediums such as oil pastels, sand paper, and felt paper.
Free oil pastels will be provided to the first 500 families who shall register for the “Labs Kita Saturday” art workshop, while the first 200 families will be provided with free sand paper to be used during the said activity.
Meanwhile, all registered participants have chances of winning several masterpieces or paintings from Sarmiento through a raffle draw.