|Culinary Arts taught by local celebrity chefs|
|Wednesday, 01 July 2015 11:48|
For this summer’s edition of Art Rules Aruba, young aspiring artists will again get the opportunity to experience an outstanding educational arts program with Art Rules Aruba 2016, kicking off on July 20th
Art Rules Aruba, is introducing a new team of teachers this time, calling this year’s summer program for artistic teens, the MASTER Edition, with seven art disciplines taught including: Creative Writing, Creative Media, Dance, Theater, Music & Performance, DJ and Culinary Arts.
In view of the quest for excellence, the culinary arts program has recruited the island’s top chefs who will be sharing their valuable time and valuable knowledge with students. Chef Miguel Garcia, of the Aruba Marriott Resort will teach the History of Culinary Arts; Chef Ervin Husken, of Screaming Eagle Restaurant will present the Principals and Practices of Ice cream making, covering both ice creams and sorbets; Chef Matt Boland, of Divi Resorts will discuss healthy Cooking Principals and help kids make their most common every days dishes, super healthy! Chef Urvin Croes of the Kitchen Table and White Modern Cuisine will introduce Vegetarian and Vegan Cooking Principals; Chef Stephen Toevs of the Ritz Carlton Aruba will demonstrate Fish & Meat Butchery and the basics skills necessary to tackle beef and seafood, while Chef Dora Wang of the Ritz Carlton will elaborate on Pastry Baking and Pastry Principals.
Organizer Ayra Kip, of the Pancake Gallery, explains that the goal with this Master Edition, of Art Rule Aruba, is to elevate the program to a higher advanced level, where students get to experience more intensive training, and produce more Art during the two weeks of instruction this summer.
Over the course of the last five years, the program has enrolled more than 700 aspiring artists, all local teenagers between the ages of 13 and 26, who possess a passion for the Arts and the will to develop their personal talents. Since 2010, Art Rules Aruba has brought more than 65 international artists and teachers from around the world to the Island to teach art in several disciplines. Starting with 6 disciplines six years ago, Art Rules has since grown into offering seven art disciplines this year thanks to generous local sponsors including RBC Royal Bank.
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