VOYAGE: YAS Students’ Summer Exhibit 2017
Yuchengco Museum / June 3 to 11, 2017
opening ceremony on June 3, 2:00 – 5:00pm
Going on a journey gives us a myriad of experiences and at the same time tests us to our limits. We pack our things to their bare minimum, prepare our bodies for moving around, and we load our selves with curiosity, openness and a welcoming view about the world. Off we go walking streets for the first time, passing unknown roads and making sure the picturesque views are captured. We do not mind the long rides, tiring walks and the heat of the sun. We just go on observing, appreciating, documenting everything that captures us, and trying to figure out how small we are in this enormous universe. Most of the time, our minds are flooded with questions. How do our lives matter within billions of lives around? How do we see the world in one lifetime? What’s purpose as a tiny dot in the universe?
Making art is the same. We traverse the interstices of our imagination, emotion, ideas, aspirations and soul. We prepare to receive ideas and give ours as well. We want a imprint of our experience and understanding either in visual-tactile form or our memory. We ask the same questions and try to create answers.
Artists are voyagers, walking under the sun or in metaphors but always, always with the intention to understand the world and our selves. In this exhibit, you’ll witness a compilation of our understanding and memory of art around the world.
Good day from Young Artists’ Studio!
We are happy to announce that the schedule for our workshops in ALABANG, LAS PINAS and CAVITE is now out and posted. We look forward to teach painting, drawing, comics illustration, art for beginners, fashion illustration and animation under the theme ART AROUND THE WORLD. We will be exploring different cultures, historical places, folk art, various styles from different nations and get to know more about our world through art. The summer season culminates in a grand students’ exhibit at vMeme Contemporary Gallery on June and July.
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The 8th Summer Workshop Season is now open for registration! This year’s theme is ART AROUND THE WORLD where participants will be taught different art forms from various countries around the globe.
Young Artists’ Studio has more than 11 summer art workshops locations in Paisg/Ortigas, Pasig/Meralco Ave., Loyola Heights/Quezon City, Makati, Rockwell, SM Megamall, Alabang, San Juan, Mandaluyong, Las Pinas, and more.
See posters for details.
For our 8th Summer Season, we are happy to announce that Young Artists’ Studio partners with ActiveFun to provide fun and exciting art workshops for young children. You may check the posters below for the ActiveFun branch nearest your home.
PARTICIPATING BRANCHES: ActiveFun Powerplant Mall (Rockwell), ActiveFun Megamall, ActiveFun BGC, ActiveFun Ayala Malls The 30th.
Call us for details.
For art is a place, a space, a community where different minds with different views meet in a symphony of varied beats and even more varied melodies, creating art is time spent growing, learning and sharing. The symphony of colors, shapes, forms and styles formed together by growing, learning and sharing. The symphony of colors, shapes, forms and styles formed together by young artists make up an ensemble of art pieces coming from different points-of-view. These works jive and responds to each other in choruses and counterpoints that only when you witness them shall you fully comprehend the seeming magic of such birthing of artists. In this exhibit you’ll see more than a hundred works representing the rhythm of young artist. In each of them, you may surmise a sound in the background, or music playing or the artist humming as their senses come into play.
YAS SUMMER ART WORKSHOPS 2014
Not on its 5th year of giving quality and exciting formal art education to aspiring artists, Young Artists’ Studio announces SUMMER ART WORKSHOPS 2014 to be held in its studios in Quezon City, Greenhills, Pasig, Fully Booked The Fort and Mandaluyong, with the theme Philippine Art (from Historical to Contemporary). Young Artists’ Studio (YAS) is known for its unique curriculum, fusing fine arts techniques and art history & appreciation through a student-friendly approach. Programs for this season include ART FOR BEGINNERS, BASIC/INTERMEDIATE PAINTING, BASIC/INTERMEDIATE DRAWING, ANIMATION, BASIC DIGITAL ART, FASHION DESIGN & ILLUSTRATION, ADVANCED PAINTING.
YAS welcomes kids, teens and even adults to join summer programs and be part of the annual students’ exhibit by the end of the term. Each student will enjoy a subjectivized curriculum that not only maximizes artistic potential but also develops confident art practice. Beginners and advanced students, provided that they have the love for art, will surely enjoy beginning their journey with art in the company of YAS teachers and mentors.
YAS is a service-oriented group composed of contemporary Filipino artists and art educators doing collaborative art production trainings year-round. YAS wishes to give a venue for potential artists across age groups to learn techniques and styles of art production while instilling essential life values, creativity, social awareness and cultural interest. YAS believes that art is a powerful tool to influence communities, improve lives, and transform society. On a larger scale, YAS’ objective is to promote art as a major component in holistic human development, a sustainable profession and a catalyst for social transformation.
For registrations, please call 09178378897 / 975-0052 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
YAS SUMMER WORKSHOPS 2014
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YAS @ FULLY BOOKED BGC
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YAS Summer Workshops 2014 Schedule Summary
Here’s one claymation project done by our 6-year old student. To learn how to make your own animation videos, enrol in our 20 hour basic animation program.
The much-awaited Students’ Exhibit 2013 will open this Saturday, June 8, 4pm at the Asian Center Museum. We hope you can join us.
Click link for more details: https://www.facebook.com/events/475103135906797/
SPARKS Exhibit at the UP Asian Center Museum