Craft a Zine-Journal with Mary Bernadette Lee

In this 2.5-hour masterclass with Mary Bernadette Lee, express yourself using visuals to highlight any specific moment or event of your life during the pandemic.

There will be music in the first part of the masterclass where you will freely articulate your response to the music tracks. Identify certain moods and emotions through lines, shapes, dots and colours. In the second and final part, you will create your own zine-journal by drawing and collaging, using text from magazines as inspiration into weave into your own narrative. By the end of the workshop, you would have some semblance of clarification to your moments of tension, stressors or difficulties through introspection and reflection.

This masterclass is offered as part of our education programme for Hope from Chaos: Pandemic Reflections during the mid-year school holidays.

About Creative Recharge: Holiday Programmes
About Creative Recharge: Holiday Programmes

Curated as part of ArtScience Museum’s Season of Mental Wellbeing, Creative Recharge: Holiday Programmes explores how art-making has helped us tide through the pandemic with a range of activities suitable for the entire family!

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11 Jun
3pm – 5.30pm
The Sun, Basement 1
S$35 per participant, limited slots available.
18 years old and above

Artist Biography

Mary Bernadette Lee
Mary Bernadette Lee is an artist, educator, illustrator, co-creator, observer and collector of information & experiences through collaborations with communities. Her artistic practice takes the phenomenological approach investigating relationships between body, architecture and space, and psychological states relating to Self, Identity and Home. Her works manifest in paintings, illustrations, linocut prints, mono-print prints, woodcut prints, clay sculptures, textile installation, and publication. She has also participated in exhibitions held in the Singapore Art Museum, The Substation, The Esplanade and Objectifs - Centre for Photography & Film. She also worked closely with National Gallery Singapore, Asian Civilisations Museum, Facebook (Singapore) and Apple (Singapore) to create content for workshops and family-oriented programmes.

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