Fringe Event: Indonesian Children’s Picture Book Workshop



 
22 Oct 2018 09:00 - 16:00
1,500,000 for three days
Alam Sari Hotel. Jalan Raya Keliki (Google Maps)

Writers and illustrators will learn to create their own Indonesian children’s picture book during this three-day workshop presented by Yayasan Literasi Anak Indonesia. The workshop covers key aspects of book development, essential elements for exciting children’s imaginations, and meeting the growing demand of publishing companies to produce high quality Indonesian children’s literature.

Includes workshop, lunch and snack, shuttle pick up/drop off in Ubud area. For further details, please contact YLAI by email at info@literasi.org, or WhatsApp 082339199539.

Para penulis dan ilustrator akan belajar membuat buku cerita anak sendiri selama lokakarya tiga hari yang diselenggarakan oleh Yayasan Literasi Anak Indonesia. Anda akan dipandu dalam menggunakan aspek-aspek penting dalam mengembangkan buku, menemukan elemen-elemen penting yang dapat menarik imajinasi anak, dan memenuhi permintaan penerbit yang terus berkembang dalam menghasilkan bahan bacaan anak Indonesia yang berkualitas tinggi.

Termasuk lokakarya, makan siang dan camilan, penjemputan/pengantaran di area Ubud. Untuk informasi lebih detail, silakan hubungi YLAI melalui surel di info@literasi.org, atau WhatsApp 082339199539.

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