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Mid-Autumn Festival – Team bonding For The Festive Season!

Happy Mid Autumn Festival!

( Full professional instructors guidance | All art materials provided)

The annual Mid Autumn Festival we like to encourage all the hard-working employees to join us for our special events and workshops. Visual Arts Centre is specialised and glad to host these art workshops as a form of art therapy so that these dedicated employees can have a fun and meaningful art workshop where they can relax and enjoy themselves!

The Mid-Autumn Festival, also known as the Mooncake Festival or the Lantern Festival, holds significant cultural and traditional importance  It typically falls on the 15th day of the eighth month in the lunar calendar, when the moon is at its fullest and brightest.

Here are some key meanings and traditions associated with the Mid-Autumn Festival:

Mid-Autumn Festival is often referred to as a festival of reunion. Families and loved ones gather together to enjoy the full moon and share a special meal. It’s a time for family bonding and strengthening relationships with harmony and happiness!

Overall, the Mid-Autumn Festival is a time of joy, gratitude, and reflection, as people come together to celebrate the abundance of nature, cherish family ties, and express hopes for a prosperous future.


During the session:

  1. Guess lantern riddles
  2. Write calligraphy and write poem
  3. Eat mooncake
  4. Paint lantern and fan

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Guess lantern riddles

Lanterns: Lanterns are another important symbol of the Mid-Autumn Festival. People, especially children, carry lanterns of various shapes and designs, often depicting animals, flowers, or traditional symbols. The lanterns are lit up and paraded around parks or streets, creating a festive atmosphere.

Mid-Autumn Festival Art Jamming Team Bonding Visual Arts Centre - Guess lantern riddles

Write calligraphy and poem

7. **Poetry and Riddles**: Reciting poetry and solving riddles are also traditional activities during the Mid-Autumn Festival. People gather to appreciate and recite classical poems, and riddles are written on lanterns or posted in public places for others to solve.

Mid-Autumn Festival Art Jamming Team Bonding Visual Arts Centre - write calligraphy and poem

Share Mooncake with Family and Employees

Mooncakes: One of the most iconic traditions of the Mid-Autumn Festival is the sharing and eating of mooncakes. These are round pastries filled with sweet fillings like lotus seed paste, red bean paste, or salted egg yolks. They often have intricate designs on the top and are exchanged as gifts among family members, friends, and business associates.



Mid-Autumn Festival Art Jamming Team Bonding Visual Arts Centre - eat mooncake

Paint Lantern and Fan

Women like to hold handkerchiefs or decorate their homes with nice pieces of artwork. Batik handkerchief is an interesting workshop to do on Women’s Day on March 8th. Learn pattern painting, batik crafts, or make yourself a handkerchief or a tablecloth. Apply this skillset to gift your friends or even decorate your home. We are sure the Women’s Day Batik Painting Team Bonding Workshop will be a very interesting and commemorative event for you.


Mid-Autumn Festival Art Jamming Team Bonding Visual Arts Centre - paint lantern & fan

Our studios

Our special art team bonding for employees are conveniently held at both our Dhoby Ghaut and MacPherson Art Studio or head over to your office too!

We can even cater to a small group size to create a sense of intimacy for your group.

Mid-Autumn Festival Art Jamming Team Bonding Visual Arts Centre Dhoby Ghaut studio
Mid-Autumn Festival Art Jamming Team Bonding Visual Arts Centre MacPherson studio

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