Looking for fun and educational holiday camps for the little ones? Get them away from the screens this summer holidays by enrolling them in Little Artists Art Studio’s Artrageous Art Camp. It’s ideal for kids aged four to 15, who’ll have a blast making creations of their own – and proudly showing them off when you pick them up. Here’s what you can look forward to with this school holiday activity!
#1 Discovering the wonders of fine art
With the aim of instilling a love for learning, the holiday camp is led by passionate and passionate art educators with degrees in fine arts or design, hailing from 12 different countries. Children take on a variety of fun projects including painting, sketching, illustrating, sculpting, acrylic on canvas and 3D modelling – and all materials are included. They also study artists and art history.
Campers enjoy the individualisation on offer, and the fact they can learn at their own pace and continuously discover new facets of themselves along their creative journey. Teachers personalise the programme according to each child’s interests and parent’s objectives. It’s no wonder the camp has so many returning campers as little ones are inspired to be creative and can’t wait to make new masterpieces.
#2 Enjoying interesting art discussions
Not a minute is wasted in camp – even during the 30-minute lunch break! As the children dig into their food, they will watch art movie clips and learn about the life of famous artists, their artworks, techniques and movements. These educational clips offer campers a chance to explore visual art from numerous angles, from classical to contemporary and across different cultures all over the world.
#3 Taking part in bonus art classes and tours
All campers enjoy complimentary bonus classes and art tours. These classes allow kids to take on additional projects in new mediums they may have wanted to explore but didn’t have enough time to during the holiday camp itself. For instance, a child who focused on painting and sketching during the camp could decide to make a terracotta sculpture during his or her bonus class.
On the art tours, kids are introduced to the world of contemporary art practice, visiting studios of practicing artists and going behind-the-scenes in museums and galleries. The tours are a way to bring the wonders and realities of the contemporary art world to the next generation of art lovers.
Hear from a happy camper
“Art Camp is fun! I enjoy being able to do different things while I am there. I didn’t think I could be an artist, but now I know I can!” – Daniel (8), sixth time at camp
Need to know
- Dates: 28 May to 8 August
- Days and times: Two to four days per week (10am to 2pm for a half day; 10am to 5pm for a full day); early drop-off at 9.30am
- Cost: $450 to $850 for a full day; $300 to $500 for a half day
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