A new creative space has emerged in the burgeoning Empire Damansara, Damansara Perdana. It’s called Yorokobi Art, and the studio is run by the warm and tireless Michael Chong who serves as Studio Art Director.

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Yorokobi, apparently, means “joy” in Japanese and this is the philosophy of the place – to help children put joy into their creations. Yorokobi Art believes that only without strict rules and rigid techniques can a child fully express his/her creativity and experience art. When it comes to art, participation and appreciation are all children need to feel encouraged. That’s why they even encourage crazy ideas – giving students the tools to help them bring these ideas to life.

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To get a taste of the “Yoro Way”, Yorokobi Art now offers “Arteastic” Workshops for both kids and adults. For only RM29.90, you get to have an arts or crafts session while having tea and dessert – all part of the package. The price even includes the cost of art materials. What a treat for us creative enthusiasts!

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To book your Arteastic Workshop session, you need to get in touch with the studio at least 3 days in advance (whether as an individual or group) through the details below:

Yorokobi Art
Mobile: +6017 285 7967
Email: yorokobiart@gmail.com

Lot LG 21, Empire Galeri, Heritage Lane
No. 2, Jalan PJU 8/8A, Damansara Perdana
47820 Petaling Jaya

Yorokobi Art is on Facebook and Instagram

 

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