For young children aged 4 to 6 years old. In this special edition of Junior Photo Explorers, participants will learn about colors through photography and make their own picture flash cards. They also get to enjoy a scrumptious explorer lunch of their choice, prepared by the people at GRUB.
“How to be a Photo Explorer” is a casual fun filled workshop for children age 7-12 years old. Children will spend a lovely morning exploring nature and taking pictures around the Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden, learn how to use the camera, tips and tricks to capture a good photo. They will also get to enjoy a scrumptious explorer lunch of their choice, prepared by Food for Tots.
Junior Photo Explorers is a photography workshop specially curated for young children aged 4 to 6 years old where participants will learn about colors through photography. At the end of the workshop, kids will be able to use a point and shoot camera, identify colors and look out for details around them.
In this workshop, children will enter another dimension of creative photography and experience lens from inside the kaleidoscope. They learn how to make their very own kaleidoscopes, and take magical, out of the world pictures with their cameras through their kaleidoscopes. They will also explore other possibilities to making creative abstract photos. This workshop is specially curated for children aged 7 to 12 years old.
In this special June Holiday workshop, children will go on an exciting photo scavenger hunt! They will be given each a list of items and they have to go on an adventure to explore the park, find things on the list and capture them with the cameras. They will even get to create their very own photo explorer map. Children also get to enjoy a scrumptious lunch meal of their choice prepared by Grub. This workshop is specially curated for children aged 7-12 years old.
“Art In A Bowl” focuses on both art and photography. In this workshop, kids will learn how to use the camera, and have a take on abstract photography. They will experiment with everyday materials (eg. food coloring, oil, water, light) to create their own abstract art in the bowl and capture it with their cameras. They will also learn more about colors; primary, complimentary colors.