The workshop will function art classes exactly where kids will be asked to make scrap art. Participants will be offered auto components to function creatively.
The summer time workshop which will be held from July 7 to July 18 will inculcate in kids the significance of added curricular activities in their every day lives. An exhibition of their functions will be showcased at a culmination occasion on July 22.
Malik al Hinai, director of Bait al Baranda mentioned, “Bait al Baranda is privileged to host this yearly summer activity and this is our 13th such event. We have managed to identify a niche and that is children in our communities. We aspire to introduce and encourage new talent at all times, as art is a natural channel for nurturing children’s creativity, be it in the arts, science or technology. Our summer event last year was a success with the participation of over 120 children.”
He added, “Over the years children have participated in various art activities mostly based under the theme, ‘Be Green’. This year we continue with the eco-friendly theme, ‘Power of Colour’ and we expect the same enthusiasm from our young ‘friends of Baranda’.”
Application types for registration have to be filled and signed by parents. The types will be obtainable at Bait al Baranda in Muttrah. Parents can also tentatively register more than telephone. Children can pick to participate in Scrap Art in the very first week or the Eco-friendly Sea the following week or attend each.
The weekly session is RO10 per kid. The workshops will be performed below the supervision of GUTech and Scientific College and an Omani artists and employees of the museum will help. “We look forward to bringing the best of art and culture to a broad and diverse audience during the next season starting in September 2019 leading to Oman’s Golden Jubilee 2020.”
Bait al Baranda is positioned on the Muttrah seafront and is frequently open Saturday to Thursday, 9am to 1pm and 4pm to 6pm every day except Friday. For much more particulars make contact with: 24714262.
Information Source: Muscat Daily