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Dip pen & Notebook making workshop @ Consocia

We're so happy to have an Australian artist, Kevin joins us this time with the Dip pen & note book making workshop.

Kevin is a self-taught artist, who does murals, painting, graphic design, etc.
He loves working on arts and crafts projects, using natural and simple materials to create something fun, easy to use and yet beautiful.
He will guide you how to create a simple dip pen and a notebook with basic hand tools, bamboos, and paper.
You will make a bamboo dip pen and a simple notebook.

We have limited spots available so please register before you come:

Price: 150k. All material included.
Bring your own- brain, hands.


Saturday, 28 Sep

10:00am - 12:00pm

Consocia | No 9, Lane 394 Lac Long Quan, Tay Ho, Hanoi, Vietnam


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