If your kids are anything like mine, the world literally is a canvas… as too are the walls, floors, books, toys and anything with a slightly smooth surface that is just screaming for a bit of color.
Channel your kiddo’s inner Monet by checking out these fun art classes for kids in Singapore. Whether you have a budding Oscar winner who is just destined to tread the Singapore boards, a pottery master whose ceramic masterpieces are set to rival Wedgewood or a pint-sized Piccaso whose artistic creations are worthy of a Turner prize (unbiased mama?), there are a number of great venues throughout Singapore that offer children of all ages the chance to indulge in creativity and free their imagination. Here’s our selection of some of the best art classes for kids in Singapore.
Art Classes for Kids in Singapore
Abrakadoodle is an art education program that was founded in the United States of America. Now available in three locations in Singapore (Buhkit Timah, Jurong and Marine Parade) the program offers a range of art and craft classes and courses for children aged between 20 months and 12 years. A number of holiday camps are available as well as regular classes that are held throughout the year.
For further detail see: http://www.abrakadoodle.com.sg/
ACTs of Life
ACTs of Life is a drama studio that allows children to express themselves through acting and theatre. Drama and speech techniques are taught via a variety of themes that capture children’s imagination and inject an element of fun into the workshops and learning experiences. They also offer English language lessons.
For further details see: http://www.actsoflife.com/
Clay Cove is a pottery workshop that specializes in activities and lessons for children aged between 3 and 12 years old. Children will learn about the basics of working with pottery as well as get an opportunity to develop their imagination and apply their creativity. A variety of different workshops are available according to your child’s age and experience. You can find them at The Centrepoint.
For further details see: http://www.claycove.com/
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Centre Stage School of Arts provides drama and acting classes for children of all ages. They operate a range of holiday classes as well as regular courses throughout the term-time. Lessons encompass drama, musical theatre, dance, ballet and STOMP so you can be assured that there will be something available to appeal to your child’s interests.
For further details see: http://www.centre-stage.com/
The Bianka Panova Sport and Art Academy
The Bianka Panova Sport and Art Academy is a flourishing training center for various types of ballet and gymnastics. A member of the National Sport Association for Gymnastics in Singapore, the academy worke with the International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) and all programs are based on the SG Rhythmic Gymnastic National Program rules. The schools’ head coach, Bianka Panova, is a world-renowned gymnast, Guinness record holder. The Bianka Panova Sport and Art Academy accommodates students 4 years old and above, with the aim of preparing dancers and gymnasts from today’s generation to make their own mark on the world stage.
Full further details see: http://singaporebaby.com/parenting-directory/bianka-panova-sport-art-academy/
Little Artists nurtures the creativity of young and mature painters, sculptors, and sketch artists from 2.5yrs – 17yrs, as well as adults of all ages. A huge range of workshops are available that cater for a variety of interests.
For further details see: http://www.little-artists.com/index.php?pid=enrol
Growing Paints offers art lessons using a variety of mediums and materials. Children are encouraged to freely explore their creativity and gain their own understanding of the process of creating art, before progressing onto a more formal education of artists and their works.
For further details see: http://www.growing-paints.com/
Funovator offers a range of arts and craft programs that are aimed at developing children’s creative potential. Various skills and lessons are available across a variety of mediums, including ceramic, clay, fabric and glass. Workshops are held every Saturday afternoon and cater for children aged five and above.
For further details see: http://www.funovator.com.sg/
Kooky art specializes in the medium of food decoration and allows children to unleash their creativity in the kitchen by decorating cookies and cakes with bright icing and sprinkles. Workshops are available for children as young as 3 years old and the studio also operates as a birthday party venue.
For further details see: http://www.kookyart.com.sg
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