Visual Arts Centre

‘Black Cat’ Watercolour Painting Workshop

Introducing to you ‘Black Cat’ a Watercolour Painting Workshop by Visual Arts Centre & Gold-D!

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For any enquiry, please Call/WhatsApp us at : 6255 0711 Or Email us at [email protected]!

Calling All Cat Lovers!

We have just the perfect workshop for you this month! With the month of October designated as Black Cat Awareness month, we have collaborated with Gold-D to promote the adoption of black cats who unfortunately have lower adoption rates than other coloured cats. We are launching “Black Cat” – a Watercolour Painting Workshop as an awareness campaign to help promote appreciation for these fur kids! Cats of darker fur are less popular than their lighter furred counterparts due to the myths and superstitions surrounding them, but they are just as cuddly and lovable!

Through this workshop, learn how to work around with watercolour paints and promote appreciation of black cats!

Learning Objectives:

(1) Learn how to draw and paint black cats during this one session watercolour painting workshop suitable for beginners

  • Gain materials knowledge and understanding of watercolour painting, methods and techniques of watercolour painting, application and innovation of special expression techniques used in watercolour painting!

(2) Explore and create several watercolour painting cards and a main art piece during this season

  • Bring your very own masterpiece home at the end of the session, gift them to a loved one or frame it up to decorate your home!

(3) Learn the issues that black cats have been and currently facing, often overlooked and less likely to be adopted

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Duration: 1 Session of 2.5 hours

Venue: Visual Arts Centre Dhoby Ghaut Art Studio
Date/Time: Saturday, 30 October 3pm – 5.30pm
Cost: $85nett / pax

This workshop includes all art materials and participants will take home a new set of watercolour painting materials worth $20!

By attending this workshop, a carton of Gold-D cat food will be sponsored to a local rescue group!

Come join us to show your love and support for all the black cats in our community!

 

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For any enquiry, Call/WhatsApp us at 62550711

Register today or make the purchase on EventBrite!

This workshop is conducted at Visual Arts Centre’s Dhoby Ghaut Art Studio, with all safe distancing measures in place and observed.

How to get here: We are right above Dhoby Ghaut MRT Station, turn left after exiting from Exit B, we are a minute’s walk away!

Course Description

Learning Objectives:

(1) Learn how to draw and paint black cats during this one session watercolour painting workshop suitable for beginners

(2) Explore and create several watercolour painting cards and a main art piece during this season

(3) Learn the issues that black cats have been and currently facing, often overlooked and less likely to be adopted

Schedule & Location

Venue: Visual Arts Centre Dhoby Ghaut Art Studio
Date/Time: Saturday, 30 October 3pm – 5.30pm

Registration & Fees

This workshop is only available at our Dhoby Ghaut Art Studio

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The course package(s) is/are valid within the stated from the date of registration. No refunds are provided for any courses/workshops/lesson purchased.

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