I have had a very busy 2018 year already moving into my new Dream Art Studio, and with ongoing registration for weekly ARTS Inc. studio in-person classes offering a wide creative program for both adults and children.
I am also starting a NEW weekly classes and a monthly workshop events on the second Tuesday of each month, with upcoming June 2018 workshops at my Shanghai ARTS Inc. location, Dream Art Centre, Jin Qiao.
You can enquire or register for September to December, 2018 art classes HERE.
After September 2018 I will have reduced my teaching schedule, especially for weekly classes, for a variety of reasons, one of which is to pursue my art business and my own art career. We
all need to take time to nourish our creativity and to see where our work takes
us next and to focus on some of the other aspects of art as a business.
I may add one or two more venues but it will definitely be a reduced schedule from previous years and I hope you can understand.
At Arts Inc. we LOVE kids and believe each child is born creative. We believe each child should be given the opportunity to paint, and have the opportunity to keep inspired! Let your child be guided to create something amazing, with qualified art teacher and practicing artist, Paula MacMillan Perich.
At Arts Inc. Kids Classes you can expect your child to be immersed in a highly creative hands-on program, experimenting with multiple techniques and a variety of mediums. Each art class follows a term-based theme, (so each new term offers new units). Each term is filled with creative discovery, to encourage your child become smART about ART, focusing on the foundations of art - the Elements of Art and the Principles of Design, as well as art appreciation and the needs of the individual, but allowing each child to discover and explore their own creativity.
There are many benefits of introducing your child to the joys of painting and creativity. Researchers note that early brain wiring and involvement in the arts, programs your brain to ward off dementia. Creative thinking leads to children being better problem solvers, more confident, balanced, creative thinkers, can concentrate longer, and are prepared to take risks, and more likely to continue a creative life path, than those children not as privileged. What are you waiting for?