CREATIVE WORKSHOP SERIES: Saint Theresa’s Preparatory, May 2010
By Shara Plummer
AT the OAaSIS international Workshop I learnt from Uncle Sydney Chung. He is employed to Berger Paints. He has been there for 27 years, he is the Supervisor for the tech area.
He showed us a brochure. The Berger can 20.20 has no smell. Red stimulates the habitat, and it make you want urinate. They also taught us that the sun was gold, the leaves were green and hardship black, although I knew that already.
Uncle Jermaine taught us how to ignore things in different ways like anytime someone is down we go in front of them and said woo.
Babatunde is a Lawyer. He told us a story about when he lost his mind. Aunty Joanne taught us a song named ‘Respect’ it was nice… it even teach me how respect others better, it meant a lot to me.
Kemarch the magician was awesome. He showed us trucks, what I never saw before. He was so so fun, I really enjoyed myself.
Aunty Stacey taught us about three different types of art, Culinary, Liturary and visual art. She though us most of things.
During the OAaSIS International Foundation workshop I learnt a lot I learnt more than I thought I would learn.
Thank you OAaSIS International Foundation for what you have taught me.