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2023 UPCFA Workshops

CFA Workshop Series reopens this 2023 with workshops happening this April.

Limited slots only! Enroll now!

https://bit.ly/CFAW0rksh0ps

For inquiries, send an email to the UPCFA Administration Office at cfaextensionprogram@gmail.com

The following workshops are offered:

 

Basic Drawing Workshop

Drawing Fundamentals: Basic Drawing Techniques Workshop

Fashion Illustration: Basic Fashion Sketching Workshop

The I/Eye Can See: Basic Digital Photography Workshop

 

Ceramics Studio Workshops:

Basic Clay Handbuilding Workshop

Basic Wheel-Throwing Workshop

Intermediate Wheel Throwing Workshop  (Course requirement: Must have previously completed a full basic wheel-throwing class and is comfortable centering and throwing with at least 1 kilo of clay.)

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Limbag at Likhang Kamay: Creating Children’s Picture Books (Mar25)

UPCFA GAD Art Workshops for Women’s Month

 
The UP College of Fine Arts Gender and Development Committee (GAD) invites interested
students, faculty, staff, and community members to the following free art workshops led by
UPCFA faculty members, in celebration of Women’s Month.
 
Creating Children’s Picture Books
(A Walkthrough & Workshop)
with Annie Pacaña
March 25 (Saturday), 1:00 – 5:00 p.m
UP Fine Arts Gallery (Multipurpose Hall)
 

We invite you to an early afternoon talk that will walk you through the process of making storybooks, from writing and illustrating stories to having them published. This will be followed by a workshop on making wordless picture books, inspired by the artist-author’s making of “Ang Bata sa Buwan”. The talk is free and open to the public. Participants (16 yrs old and above) joining the workshop are requested to bring your own coloring materials (your choice of dry media). You may opt to sign up for workshop slots through this link: https://bit.ly CreatingChildrensPictureBooks

 

The two workshops are part of the project titled “Limbag at Likhang Kamay: Papel ngKababaihang Manlilikha sa Pamumulat” for the UP Diliman Arts and Culture Festival 2023 and National Women’s Month in March.


The project explores how women artists have wielded paper, among the most fragile of materials, towards pamumulat: connecting the personal and the political through the written page, painting, and printmaking, writ large, and highlights the special role and contribution of women as artists and cultural workers. 

 

It is a pilot project of the UPCFA GAD Committee in cooperation with the UP Fine Arts Gallery and the Concerned Artists of the Philippines (CAP).


The first leg was an artist talk, “Ano’ng Papel Mo? Mga Kwento ng Pagmulat at Pagyabong”, last March 3 and a workshop on Basic Relief Printmaking with Color Techniques with Ambie Abaño last March 10. For inquiries, contact us at limbagatlikhangkamay@gmail.com. Please stay tuned for updates through the page of the UPCFA GAD Committee.

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Limbag at Likha: Making a Dazibao: Protest Mural on Paper (Mar 27)

UPCFA GAD Art Workshops for Women’s Month

 
The UP College of Fine Arts Gender and Development Committee (GAD) invites interested
students, faculty, staff, and community members to the following free art workshops led by
UPCFA faculty members, in celebration of Women’s Month.
 
 Making a Dazibao: Protest Mural on Paper
with June Dalisay
March 27 (Monday), 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
UP Fine Arts Gallery (Atrium)


This memory project and workshop takes off from a historic mural painted by the members of the NPAA and unfurled at the UP Main Library in 1971. The artist-facilitator will revisit the steps and contexts of making the dazibao, a wall-mounted newspaper or mural used as a form of protest, propaganda, and popular communication in China during that period. Participants must commit to the whole day activity. 
Sign up for slots through this link: https://bit.ly/MakingADazibao

 

 

The two workshops are part of the project titled “Limbag at Likhang Kamay: Papel ngKababaihang Manlilikha sa Pamumulat” for the UP Diliman Arts and Culture Festival 2023 and National Women’s Month in March.


The project explores how women artists have wielded paper, among the most fragile of materials, towards pamumulat: connecting the personal and the political through the written page, painting, and printmaking, writ large, and highlights the special role and contribution of women as artists and cultural workers. 

 

It is a pilot project of the UPCFA GAD Committee in cooperation with the UP Fine Arts Gallery and the Concerned Artists of the Philippines (CAP).


The first leg was an artist talk, “Ano’ng Papel Mo? Mga Kwento ng Pagmulat at Pagyabong”, last March 3 and a workshop on Basic Relief Printmaking with Color Techniques with Ambie Abaño last March 10. For inquiries, contact us at limbagatlikhangkamay@gmail.com. Please stay tuned for updates through the page of the UPCFA GAD Committee.

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Workshop Series: Fashion Illustration

WORKSHOP SERIES: FASHION ILLUSTRATION​

CFA EXTENSION PROGRAM reopens its workshops series this year

with two programs happening in November-December. Limited slots only! Enroll now!

For inquiries, send an email to the UPCFA Administration Office at cfaextensionprogram@gmail.com

FASHION ILLUSTRATION

Basic Fashion Sketching

     November 12 – December 17, 2022,   Saturdays, 2pm – 5pm

     Synchronous sessions via Zoom

     Class size: 20 Participants

     Fee: Php6,000- per head

     Instructor: Mr. Basil Malicsi

 

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Workshops Series: Drawing Fundamentals

WORKSHOP SERIES: DRAWING FUNDAMENTALS

CFA EXTENSION PROGRAM reopens its workshops series this year with two programs happening in November-December. Limited slots only! Enroll now!

For inquiries, send an email to the UPCFA Administration Office at cfaextensionprogram@gmail.com

DRAWING FUNDAMENTALS

Basic Drawing Techniques

     November 12 – December 17, 2022

     Saturdays, 9am – 12nn

     Synchronous sessions via Zoom

     Class size: 20 Participants

     Fee: Php6,000- per head

     Instructor: Ms. Crown Dolot