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Ad­ven­ture in Roald Dahl’s World

Fit­mo­sphere Asia, C-2-32, Block Ca­milia 10 Boule­vard, Le­buhraya Sprint, Jalan PJU 6A, PJ (016 340 6096/www. face­ This speech and drama work­shop hosted by Sha’s Fun House will ap­peal to young book­worms and as­pir­ing ac­tors/ ac­tresses. De­signed for kids be­tween the ages of seven to 11 years old, the work­shop aims to dis­pel shy­ness and im­prove com­mu­ni­ca­tion skills. Reen­act Roald Dahl’s kooky sto­ries through the­atre ex­er­cises, poetry analy­ses, sto­ry­telling ses­sions and more. at KL. Led by an en­thu­si­as­tic hus­ban­dand-wife team, the sunny stu­dio pro­vides all equip­ment in­clud­ing paints, can­vases and aprons, so just bring your­selves and the kids! Ev­ery Sun­day, 2-3pm.

Il­lu­sion: Noth­ing is as it seems @ Pet­ro­sains

Level 4, Suria KLCC, KL (03 2331 8181/­ro­ Bring the kids to Pet­ro­sains for this en­ter­tain­ing and en­light­en­ing ex­hi­bi­tion that’s all about the ways your mind can de­ceive you. Com­bin­ing art, science and psy­chol­ogy, the ex­hibits make use of vis­ual and au­dio il­lu­sions to show how your brain works and can be tricked through sen­sory de­cep­tion. The ex­hi­bi­tion was de­vised by the Science Gallery at Trin­ity Col­lege Dublin, which worked with psy­chol­o­gist and au­thor Richard Wise­man as well as ma­gi­cian and es­capol­o­gist Paul Glee­son. With magic shows daily and in­no­va­tive, in­ter­ac­tive ap­proaches to ex­plain­ing dis­plays, this is a great way to get kids and adults alike in­ter­ested in science. Un­til Jan 10 2016. Adults, RM15.90; Chil­dren (3-12 years old), RM5.30; Stu­dents (13-17 years old), RM10.60.

Learn & Mas­ter Draw­ing & Paint­ing Por­traits @ The Art eSpace

3c-1-3, Straits Quay Ma­rina Mall, Jalan Seri Tan­jung Pi­nang, Tan­jung Bun­gah, Pe­nang (012 401 9636/www. theart­es­ If your teen waxes lyri­cal over re­al­is­tic por­traits, then it’s time to sign them up for this art course. Teens be­tween the ages of 12 to 18 can sign up for Mandy Maung’s tute­lage at The Art eSpace. The lo­cal self-taught artist will share her ex­per­tise on hu­man por­traits and help stu­dents achieve life­like ac­cu­racy in their own works. The course is shaped around each par­tic­i­pant’s level of ex­pe­ri­ence. Stu­dents will first learn to mas­ter por­trait draw­ings in pen­cil be­fore mov­ing on to cre­at­ing paint­ings in wa­ter­colour or oil paints. Sign up by email­ing or call­ing 017 467 7429.

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