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New Year's master class held in Bratislava

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New Year's master class held in Bratislava


Milana Shramkova, Brastislava

The European Foundation for Slavic Letters and Culture in Bratislava hosted a master class "Drawing a Christmas tree toy" for primary and middle school students using the gouache painting technique on December 3.

Throughout the workshop, the instructor guided the children in capturing the delicacy and sparkle of a Christmas tree ornament on paper. The goal was to convey the beauty and ambiance of a spruce twig, all while enhancing their fine motor skills, observation, and precision.

Children were delighted to immerse themselves in the realm of creativity and imagination. The Zebra art studio buzzed with endless joyful emotions, adorned with beautiful artworks, warm cups of tea, and a sea of positivity, all on that chilly day.

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