Superhero Me: Fly Me To The Moon
FLY ME TO THE MOON
Date: July 16 (Sat)
Time: 1pm - 2pm
Venue: Objectifs Chapel Gallery
A recycling craft workshop by Mike Foo (MOOF) that teaches kids to make a plane/spaceship with cardboard and other recycling materials. They will then fly the plane to the ‘moon’ in this learn and play session. For Planet of Possibility, Mike worked with AWWA Kindle Garden to create a series of whimsical hopscotch pieces "How Do We Get To The Moon?"
Recommended ages - 5 & up. Children below the age of 5 need to be accompanied by an adult.
About the Artist
Mike Foo aka MOOF is an illustrator and also one half of the keeper of ‘Woods in the Books’, the picture book shop. He has been conducting arts and craft workshops and story time for kids in their little haven.
About Superhero Me
Superhero Me is a values-based community arts movement that empower children from at-risk and special-needs communities to develop a stronger sense of self and creative confidence. We thrive on socially engaged art and are powered by Lien Foundation, National Arts Council and co-presented with Objectifs Centre for Photography and Film. www.superherome.sg
As part of our art show PLANET OF POSSIBILITY, the Superhero Me creative community is conducting a series of inclusive programmes for children in WILDERNEST, a workshop space dedicated to sharing the philosophy that drives Superhero Me.