Aspiring young artists who wish to pursue their dream of studying their passion at university should be drawn to this.
The SCG Foundation is holding an art camp designed for Matthayom 5 and 6 students who wish to brush up on their skills for university entrance exams.
Many of the country's leading teachers will be there to sharpen the students' skills, from the basics to the demands of composition, and covering a range of creative arts.
However, the camp is not solely about the students. It's also a chance for art teachers to hone their teaching skills in seminars.
The camp will take place at the Fountain Tree Resort, Pak Chong, Nakhon Ratchasima, from July 26 to 28. It will include an art forum and workshops for students conducted by a group of teachers led by Kru Sangkom Thongmee.
The camp is free of charge. To enroll, students must submit two pieces of work - a drawing of still models, fruits or hands, and a geometric drawing in colours - both on A3-sized paper, along with an educational certificate to the SCG Foundation, 1 Building 30 C, Siam Cement Road, Bang Sue, Bangkok 10140 by July 7. Places are limited to 100 students (between two and four students per school) and 50 art teachers (one teacher each from the same schools as the selected students).
For application forms and more information, visit www.scgfoundation.org or call 02-586-4177.
July 26, 2013 to July 28, 2013
- Open days
Friday, Saturday, Sunday
- More info
Fountain Tree Resort Cowboy & Adventure World, 16 Moo 7, Nikomlamtakong Rd., Khanong Phra, Pak Chong, Nakhon Ratchasima 30130 Thailand
- Phone number
+66 (0) 2-586-4177
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