Sculpt and Make Stories with Plasticine with Weng Pixin

We are letting our hands guide us in this fun and creative workshop! You will be sculpting with plasticine and then creating a story based on your characters.

We will be referencing Luke Jerram’s glass sculptures of viruses featured in Hope from Chaos: Pandemic Reflections. In this 1-hour workshop by comic artist Weng Pixin, you will create your own versions of viruses using plasticine, followed by a round of storymaking made by you!

This workshop 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

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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12 Jun
11.45am – 12.45pm
The Sun, Basement 1
S$15 per participant, limited slots available.
 5 – 12 years old

Artist Biography

Weng Pixin
Weng Pixin loves to draw, sew, make comics, tell stories, paint, create and construct using found objects. Pixin grew up listening to stories from her father, who was curious about the way the world works. In turn, when it comes to her art, Pixin loves to create semi-autobiographical comics that reflect her curious nature too. Her debut graphic novel, Sweet Time, was published by Drawn & Quarterly in 2020. Her second graphic novel, Let’s Not Talk Anymore, was published in 2021.

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