2011 Children's Arts Happening: BUKLAT

What are your plans this weekend?  Here's a good way to spend the weekend with the kids and those that loves reading and the arts with PETA-CTP.



For more than twenty years, the PETA Children's Theater Program (PETA-CTP) has been working extensively with children and young people in marginalized communities through the medium of theater—an instrument for their self-expression, creativity, education, protection and development.  The program assures the engagement and the participation of children and young people in the process of developing stories, playmaking, capacity building and in developing community performances and sustained cultural programs in communities and shelters of children in difficult circumstances.

For its annual Children's Arts Happeningin cooperation with Lampara Publishing House and Terre Des Hommes Netherlnds, PETA-CTP is launching the very first Storybook Theater Project entitled “BUKLAT: Buhayin ang Aklat!” This will take place on November 12-13, 2011 at the PETA Theater Center, #5 Eymard Drive, New Manila, Quezon City.
The Storybook Theater Project aims to instill in every young Filipino the love for reading and books. It will provide a space for children and for those young at heart that work with children to explore how to develop an appreciation for the written word through different performances, workshops, and forums. The project also aims to popularize local children’s literature.
For more information, please contact PETA Marketing Office c/o Joyce Lim at 725-6244 or 09175692216, you can also email us at joanjoycelim26@yahoo.com; petatheater@gmail.com or visit www.petatheater.com.

Schedule of Workshops and Performances
NOV 12, 2011 (Saturday)  8AM to 4PM
  • Forum on “How To Encourage Reading Among Children” for Parents, Educators, and NGO Workers (16 years old and above)
    A forum intended for child educators, teachers, and parents which aims to impart techniques on how to develop readership among children. The forum will also focus on why it is important for children to become avid readers. From choosing the right books to start with and how to engage children by reading aloud stories to them, adults will become avid fans of reading themselves.
    To be facilitated by one of PETA's master artist-teacher, Tito Ernie Cloma; Prof. Lalaine Aquino of Kwentista ng mga Tsikiting (KUTING) and Prof. Mitzi Reyes of the UP College of Fine Arts and founding member of Ilustrador ng Kabataan.
  • Workshop on Basic Illustration for Children and Teen (10-14 years old)
    A basic illustration workshop which will teach the rudiments of sketching characters, coloring, and detailing,for the young ones who dreams of illustrating their own books someday.
    To be facilitated by PETA's artist-teachers John Moran and Kitsi Pagaspas.
  •  Reading as Characters (Voice Acting) Workshop for Children(8-12 years old)
    An acting workshop which focuses on using the voice for telling storytelling and characterization. 
    To be facilitated by JK Anicoche of Sipat Lawin Ensemble (SLE) and PETA's artist-teacher Gold Villar.
NOV 13, 2011 (Sunday)  9AM to 5:00PM*
*There will be two sets of performances in the morning (9AM to 12:30PM) and in the afternoon (1:30-5:00PM)
  • Storytelling sessions with Saab Magalona, BJ Forbes, Ernie Cloma and Winner of Lampara Books Storytelling Contest
  • Performances by:
    • Anino Shadowplay Collective
    • Teatrong Mulat ng Pilipinas
    • PETA Metropolitan Teen Theater League
    • Sipat Lawin Ensemble
    • Artistang Artlets
    • Kaibigan Cultural Group
    • Anak ng Bayan (San Juan Theater Group)
    • PETA MTTL Alumni

For more information and inquiries, please contact PETA Marketing Office c/o Joyce Lim at 725-6244 or 09175692216, you can also email us at joanjoycelim26@yahoo.com; petatheater@gmail.com or visit www.petatheater.com
See you there!

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