Cosplay Museum Launches Cosplay Workshop Module 1

The Cosplay Museum introduces the first module of the Cosplay Workshop on Friday, January 22, 2010 at 2:30pm and again at 4:30pm. The workshop will be run by veteran Cosplayer Guy Singzon and will focus on the basics of costume building using foam-assisted rubber.

Workshop Price: P150.
This fee includes foam-assisted rubber sheets and a bottle of Cyanoacrylate Adhesive or turbo glue. Tools will be made available at the venue including cutters, rulers, pencils, etc. but these must be returned after the session. The tools can also be purchased, but that will be separate from the P150 workshop fee.

Class Schedules: Friday, January 22, 2010 from 2:30pm to 3:30pm and again at 4:30pm to 5:30pm.

Module Description: By the end of the module, the workshop participant will have basic knowledge of Cosplaying including choosing a character, a planning a costume, etc. They will also learn the proper use of materials, tools, and where to acquire these items.

They will also be involved in a project of creating their own original masks using foam-assisted rubber sheets and Cyanoacrylate Adhesive (provided during the workshop.) They will also learn practical knowledge as to how to apply these techniques and how to apply their skills in Cosplay contest.

The Museum is located on Commonwealth Avenue, Barangay Matandang Balara, Quezon City near Ever Gotesco and adjacent to Diliman Preparatory School. The map to the location is shown below:

About Cosplay Museum:
A joint project of and Diliman Prepatory School, the Cosplay Museum is meant as an educational beacon to enlighten the general public about Cosplay, its roots and historical landmarks in the Philippines and to educate the youth on the various aspects of Cosplay. The museum is also a venue for allowing Cosplayers to congregate and have their own small activities with the frequency that is impossible in most large-scale conventions.

Along Commonwealth Avenue in Quezon City, the museum is located next to Diliman Prepatory School. It is, however, independent of the complex allowing it to operate during times when the school is closed.

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