|A typical classroom scenario for KidzArt students.|
|Kyle in a KidzArt apron during class.|
Connect—is a program for kids ages 5 to 6 years old. Kids connect to their work as they take their drawing skills to a personal level by expressing their thoughts and ideas more clearly. They get to experiment with colors and shapes using 2 or 3 dimensional media.
|The Summer Camp of KidzArt involves introduction to world art.|
Imagine—are for kids grades 1 to 4. Kids ‘power-up’ their creativity, as they would start to imagine more through reading between the lines and drawing their own conclusions. Here they first develop their personal style and widen their exposure to more advanced art media.
Explore—Made for kids grades 5-7. The realm of possibility is the captivating point in this class. Kids will embark on avirtual journey to explore the many elements of visual arts as they get exposed to a variety of artistic styles, cultural interpretations and mediums. This is the class my dear Kyle’s taking to keep his summer vacation productive.
KidzArt also had three other special programs such as Fashion and Anime design class for 7 years old and up where basic figure drawing, garment sketching and color/tone matching are taught, Fun with Clay (3-10 y.o.) where kids get their hands on the concepts of 3D modeling, sculptural approaches, material explorations using polymer clay, basic Painting (4 y.o. -up)- painting techniques, painting styles and water-based paints are used. Oh, and for the summer, KidzArt also had a Summer Art Camp with the theme: Around the World in 10 Days. The first batch has already started, but for the second batch, it will be held staring May 6 until May 17. This is made for kids 4 to 12 years old. Your kids’ creativity will be soaring high as they experience great fun in exploring the world through each featured country’s art.
|Kyle proudly shows off his first day artwork.|
|Kyle's drawing which he wanted to be framed at home.|
Kyle truly enjoyed his first day at KidzArt that he looks forward to his next class. It may seem like a daunting task for someone like Kyle to focus and keep still on his chair while drawing, he’s able to focused and finish the artwork.
KidzArt currently has four branches: Shaw Boulevard, Valle Verde 5 (Pasig), Quezon City and Bonifacio Global City (Makati).
Just as they claim, “If you can dream, you can draw!” They are not competitive drawing, but they believe that anyone can draw, be it a Picasso-in-the-making or someone who never thought that he or she could draw.
For more information, visit KidzArt’s main office is located at the 3rd floor, 500 Shaw Zentrum, Shaw Blvd Mandaluyong City