Held in conjunction with Christian Lacroix the costumier Part of Life & Living - Food & Culture Series
The April – June 2009 series of workshops will start with A French Affair – a series of four specially designed workshops held in conjunction with the Christian Lacroix the costumier.
How should the Prince in Swan Lake look? Or the Countess in Figaro? Learn about the importance and subtleties of make-up for opera, ballet, and theatre and how it can work with the costume to complement and complete a stage character. Enjoy a short guided tour of Christian Lacroix the costumier, followed by a discussion and demonstration of how to create a look for a character.
Nicole Stinton has over ten years of theatre experience in Australia and Singapore. In addition to being a highly regarded director, performer and lecturer, Nicole is the Festival Director in Singapore for Short+Sweet, the biggest short play festival in the world.
Larry Yeo is an experienced and innovative makeup artist who started his career behind the make-up counter on the retail floor. Today, he is highly sought for fashion and runway shoots and is passionate about making people look good! Larry also maintains a popular make-up blog.
Life & Living - Food & Culture Series
Life & Living is the National Museum of Singapore's annual line-up of lifestyle programmes aimed at creating refreshing new ways of discovering and engaging different aspects of history in a relaxed, informal manner. The Food & Culture series places the appreciation of food and drink, fashion and design, in interesting cultural and historical contexts, while demonstrating how they are indelibly linked to the present.
S$16 Senior (above 60 years old), Student & NSF
Stamford Visitor Services Counter: 10am - 7.30pm daily
For enquiries, please call +65 6332 3659 / +65 6332 5642.
All participants will receive a free goodie bag from luxury French skin care Sothys.
Image: Photography by Justin Jonah Ng for LUXURY