SELECTED SCHOOL WORKSHOPS:
A series age-appropriate programs designed to create a deeper understanding and appreciation for Batik by learning about design compositiondetails
Students will guided to create a series of paper fastener sculptures that illustrate a variety of different characters and animals in line with a specific theme or story.details
A series of lessons planned for young children and beginners of art to draw inspiration from and to guide our young artists through the various stylesdetails
Our Hike It!Through a stimulating and informative approach, students will be introduced to monument, sculptures and sites of historical importance along the banks of the Singapore River.
Fort Canning Sculpture TrailStudents will get the opportunity to stroll back in time to Singapore’s colonial days where soldiers and a fort on Fort Canning hill stood guard
We want to build confidence in creative expression in Kindergarten children, through the way in which they would be taught basic drawing, painting, clay and print making techniques in 2D and 3D. We aim to nurture a creative environment to inspire intrinsic motivation for creative art-making.
Teachers would function as facilitators to lead children on discovery learning based on Piaget‘s theory on learning.
As children grow and develop, their art-making activities progress beyond exploring with their senses and begin to involve the use of symbols. By cultivating this, we are providing a foundation for children’s later use of expression to symbolize objects.
Creative Expression and Development
A pure expression from the heart by feelings (intrinsic motivation) and children can draw or paint the images they see or imagine and want to share with others.
Increasing eye and hand coordination through the manipulation of art media and tools.
Creating typically rudimentary forms and using limited linear symbols for objects, students move toward developing a rich and detailed term of shapes to express thoughts and ideas. Development of observation skills through exploration of their imagination is as highly valued as awareness of their immediate surroundings.