Check our some fun snapshots from our art exhibit for our second batch of Summer Art Classes this 2016. Enjoy! :)
Why You Should Learn How to Draw
Did you know that we are all born with the instinct to draw? We are taught how to read words and write our names, but to draw - we are born with it and it is very instrumental to our survival.
Drawing is both a means of communication and as a tool for problem solving. By drawing, we are able to see and put into paper what we are thinking. We also get to play around with our ideas and be extra creative about it! As a problem solving tool, drawing allows us to visualize our ideas, think of solutions more clearly and give it structure as we breathe life into it.
Why should you learn how to draw? Let our reasons below enlighten you!
Taking care of your art brushes well is one of the best ways to ensure it has a long lifespan. A happy art brush is one that is always dunked in paint, freely skipping across an empty canvas and leaving behind a trail of pigment. Art brushes may take a good beating every time it is used, but even if it looks like it needs to retire, don't throw them away! Rejuvenate them with our five fantastic ways below.
They say people are either born creative or they simply learn to become one as they get older. But think about it - regardless if your child is naturally creative, there are tons of benefits to be gained when children are regularly trained to hone their creative faculties and realize them in the form of a painting or a craft project.
Inspiring creativity in children is one of the sure ways to keep them creating, always thinking of novel ways to fix a problem or simply thinking outside of the box! Here are seven smart ways to inspire creativity in children and we hope you can share some of your own.
Yesterday, April 30, 2016, we unveiled our art exhibit featuring the amazing artworks of our students from our first batch of Summer Art Classes for this year. It was a closed-door culminating activity for our dear students and select guests. Starting today, May 1 until May 7, our art exhibit will be open to the public for viewing.
Check out the photos taken from our opening yesterday!
See you again until our next exhibit! Art exhibit for our second batch of students coming up! :)