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  • Why Art at Little Genius?

    More than ever, communication today is taking the form of images rather than text.
    Growing up within our increasingly visual culture requires a comprehension of visual communication and its potential. This focus on developing creative thinking is essential to innovation and crucial to creating the industries of the future. Not only does art education promote this creative growth, it also forges social-emotional connections by encouraging students to collaborate and by practicing both expression and reflection.

    Picasso said: “Every child is an artist.
    The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up.” Our art classes aim to conserve the curiosity of
    childhood by opening our students’ eyes to the idea that the potential to create is everywhere.

    Students will learn how to turn found items into creatures, how to make an origami habitat, how to tell stories using shadow theatre, how to turn ordinary crayons into a 3d painting,

    how to make sculpture out of sellotape and how to transform their faces using only body paint. The classes will also include experiments in colour, printing, jewelry-making, and new ways of using paper and paint, and will conclude with a fantastic art show!Every Child is an Artist is a class that recognizes the practice and enjoyment of art as a way of teaching children how to observe and describe, analyse, interpret, and express feelings, with or without words.

    By learning how to make art, children will build confidence, creative skills and original thinking while having fun with new and old materials.

    As kids learn how to use a paintbrush, their fine motor skills improve. By counting piecesand colors, they learn the basics of math. When children experiment with materials, they dabble in science.

    While our fun-filled lessons are designed for kids, we still make sure they are still challenging! Children learn to rationalize and reason when imagining and discussing a robot’s potential. Learning the intricacies of robotics leads children to a myriad of opportunities to solve problems in other areas.