There’s no age limit to learning. If you have ever wondered how to make a perfect latte art or build your own terrariums, you can now pick up a new skill by signing up one of these workshops.
Founded in 2006 by Andy Lim, a professional wedding photographer with experience in a wide range of photography genres. He conducts SimpleSLR hands-on digital photography workshops, from beginners to advanced levels. The workshops can be conducted in small groups of 5 to 6 people or private 1-on-1. There are also customised workshops covering a wide range of topics, and a diverse group of participants.
For more information, please visit www.simpleslr.com
2) Clay Expression
Located in Subang Jaya, Clay Expression has a conducive social setting for pottery enthusiasts to gather and explore, create and discuss about art. They conduct pottery classes, workshops, custom works, group exhibitions as well as field trips. Classes are held on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
For more information, please visit www.clayexpression.com
3) The Pondok by Craft Kitchen
The Pondok offers a variety of workshops such as stamp carving, miniature landscape, flower mandala, watercolour woodland creatures etc. All the tools and materials you need will be provided and easy-to-follow instructions will be given. Unleash the artist in you by spending your free time at The Pondok.
For more information, please visit craftkitchen.com.my
4) Ohsum Mossum Terrariums
Feels like creating a mini garden of your own? Making a terrarium is a good idea as it is low maintenance but yet eye catching. It can be kept as decorative or ornamental items. Ohsum Mossum Terrariums conduct workshops from time to time in different locations in KL.
5) Hobby N Coffee
If you’d like to experience the real-way to be a Barista and make a perfect latte art, Hobby N Coffee is the place to be. The senior baristas will teach you what it takes to draw a perfect latte art. Hobby N Coffee specialises in cartoons, anime and animals latte art. You can sign up the 2-3 hours course for RM300 inclusive of ingredients.
For more information, please visit www.hobbyncoffee.com
6) Eats, Shoots & Roots
Eats, Shoots & Roots can organise a range of garden workshops to suit your space or community and reconnect them with nature. Founded in 2012, this social enterprise believes in the power of food as a binding force between people with the correct skills and tools to grow their own food in their own garden.
For more information, please visit eatsshootsandroots.org
7) Soap Artisan
Soap Artisan make and sell natural bath and beauty products that are handcrafted locally. They also conduct regular workshops for their customers to have a hands-on learning on how to make their own creams, masks, serums and toners from floral waters, pure essential oils, organic and many more.
For more information, please visit soap-artisan.com