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Workshop: Make Your Own Pinhole Camera with Isabelle Desjeux

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Make Your Own Pinhole Camera with Isabelle Desjeux

Sunday, 22 April 2018

10:00am-12:00pm

$43.50 per parent/child pair

For ages 5 to 12

Bring along your sibling or a playdate to enjoy a 15% discount on subsequent tickets!

*Please note that participants will need to bring from home a box/tin of their choice for the use of creating the “camera body”.

Leading up to Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day, we’ve got an interactive workshop specially in store for you! Conducted by Isabelle Desjeux, each parent/child team will learn how to create their very own pinhole camera to take home. Participants will learn how to use recycled materials to build the camera, after which they will get to snap some test shots, before developing their own pictures in a makeshift darkroom! There is no guarantee on how the photos will turn out, but all the fun lies in the process of making, yes?

Participants are encouraged to bring along their own “camera box” for this workshop. Some examples include shoeboxes, biscuit tins, coffee tins, etc. Also, as part of the festivities, the organization encourages anyone to upload their photos taken from pinhole cameras, so we will have a set up ready for participants to upload their photos on the spot.

Come celebrate Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day with us!


Please note that tickets once purchased may not be refunded. However, it may be transferred to other programmes of the same value, subject to availability. Tickets may be transferred or reimbursed in full if the workshop is cancelled or postponed by Playeum. The workshop may be cancelled in event that the number of sign-ups fall below the minimum set.

Sun Apr 22, 2018
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM SGT
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First Adult/Child Pair SOLD OUT $43.50
Second Adult/Child Pair (15% off) SOLD OUT $37.00
Third Adult/Child Pair (15% off) SOLD OUT $37.00
Fourth Adult/Child Pair (15% off) SOLD OUT $37.00
Venue Address
47 Malan Road Singapore
Organizer
Playeum's Children's Centre for Creativity
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