In line with the latest group exhibition, Apertures, at Yeo Workshop, Jelly Bean Attic will be hosting a children art session to explore the works of Merryn Trevethan. Program includes an introduction to the artist and her current works at the gallery. This will be followed by a craft activity that is inspired by the artist’s use of depth and a tour of other artists’ exhibits at Yeo Workshop as well as galleries nearby.
Merryn Trevethan is an Australian artist based in Singapore. She has exhibited widely in Australia and internationally. In 2015, Trevethan was commissioned to create large-scale mural artworks for the new Facebook Headquarters in Singapore and in 2016, completed an expansion of the project. She recently held her first solo exhibition in Singapore at the Australian High Commission in 2016.
The workshop will use a thematic lens through which children can engage in art-making. By facilitating rather than instructing, the workshop allows the little ones room to explore various materials and mediums to create.
Suitable for ages 4-7 years old. The session is limited to 8 participants and will commence with a minimum of 3 children. This is a drop-off session
All materials provided and you get to take home your little one’s creation! Please bring along water bottle, change of clothes and a little snack for your child.
Play and art is an incredible experience for little tots, giving them room to be themselves and letting them explore the world around them through different colours and textures.
The workshops will focus on process art. It’s all about the creation process rather than the outcome.
Process art promotes: