|Jacquelyn Soo with an awesome map of Pulau Ubin|
created by kids at her art workshop during Ubin Day 2014.
During the workshop, children will learn to make their own Ubin Animal puppet which they can carry it around the island and pretend to be the animal of the day. With luck, the children may encounter their animal friends in the wild!
Kids can choose to learn to make these Ubin Animals: Otter, Hornbill Bird, Macaque Monkey, Wild Boar and Mousedeer!
For children 3 to 12 years old. Minimum 10 children, maximum 15 children per workshop.
Dates: 5 Jun (Sun), 12 Jun (Sun)
Time: 1-1.45pm, 2-2.45pm, 3-3.45pm, 4-4.45pm
Venue: Uncle Lim's shop opposite the Wayang Stage, No. 42 Pulau Ubin. 3min walk from Ubin Jetty (map).
Cost: $10 per puppet. Payable to Jacquelyn on the day of the workshop. All materials will be provided by the Artist, Jacquelyn Soo.
To reserve a spot, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Walk-in participants are also welcomed. Just come to Uncle Lim's shop!
Workshop starts from 1pm onward but Jacquelyn Soo is able to arrive by 12.15pm to accommodate to families who will be on Ubin island earlier! Please register by email: email@example.com
About Jacquelyn Soo
Jacquelyn Soo is a a multi-disciplinary artist who practices in performance art, installation art and community art. She teaches children, families and youths workshops that are community-based. In the last 10 years, Soo has presented her works in Southeast Asia, America and Europe through exhibitions and artist in residency programmes. Soo represented Singapore for the 1st Jakarta Triennale in November 2013 at Nasional Gallerie, Jakarta.
What happened ...
Kids had MORE fun making their own Ubin animal puppets at Uncle Lim's shop!
|Come into Uncle Lim's shop for this fun workshop!!|
|While mums and dads chill, the kids have a great time!|
|Photo by Mohammad Juhari.|
Jacquelyn and friends explain to the kids about the features of the animals so that they understand what they are creating. Here, she is sharing how keep our food properly so as not to attract the wild boar.
|The proud craftsman with his very own wild boar!|