A one-day workshop combines wood polishing, mandala painting, kalimba making and music sharing. Through observing natural shapes and lines, you will design your own mandala patterns and meditate through art. You can enjoy the mindful drawing process with soothing kalimba melody to relax and unwind, learn basic kalimba playing skills and have a music sharing session at the end.
Participant will create an 8-key kalimba and learn about the story of the recycled wood. Through mindful observation and mandala drawing on the unique wood piece, invite the mind and body to experience the pleasure of being in the present moment.
You can bring your own food, or order vegetarian lunch with us.
The second session focuses on tuning and playing skill; allowing the ethereal sound of the kalimba guides us to our inner peace.
|Date||Monday to Saturday (not available on public holidays)|
|Duration||Whole day 10:00-16:00 (adjustable according to the needs of the applicants)|
|Course Fee||Teenagers and adult courses: $400 per person (min. 8 people)|
|Parents and children course: $600 per pair (min. 4 pairs)|
|Target Audience||6-12 years old children with 1 parent|
|12-16 years old teens|
|16 or above adults|
|Instructors||Miss Alice Lam (DipABRSM Percussion, BA (Hons)in Music, KFBG Art Education Officer)|
|Application Deadline||One month before course starts|
|Enquiry||Please contact Alice Lam on 2483 7276 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org|