Recommendation for children art course

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mum05
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Post by mum05 » Sat May 22, 2010 12:41 pm

Can someone share what's being taught at Artloft? My child's with NAFA now, but am thinking of switching as their location(s) seemed abit tedious for us to travel to every wk...

melteo
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I provide art lessons

Post by melteo » Sun Jun 06, 2010 9:35 pm

Hi all,

If your little ones are keen to learn art, I more than happy to teach them.

I have taught art at secondary school level for ten years. I resigned to care for my two girls full time. Now that they are older, I am looking forward to teach on a free lance basis. You may view my portfolio at http://teomel.multiply.com which contains my paintings (acrylic, watercolour) my illustrations and graphic design work.



Pls kindly contact me via email if you are interested, Thanks!

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Post by misterygal » Wed Jun 16, 2010 12:27 am

My girl is turning 4 this year. I am thinking of sending her for art class. I have seen the artwork at GlobalArt and very impressed with their student works. But their course fee is very expensive.

Anyone have any recommendation? I am thinking of sending her to CC which is cheaper.

Any comments?

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Post by jacsplace » Wed Jun 16, 2010 9:54 am

mum05, Hi. My four-year-old goes to Art Loft at 8Q. It suits him because he is exposed to different techniques and materials each week. They also visit the art galleries (since Art Loft is situated within SAM) and sometimes they go to other galleries nearby (Handy Road, Mt Sophia).

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Post by chixchix » Sun Jun 27, 2010 9:49 am

Hii I did see that Global Art is open in Jurong east now. But sending to CC is cheaper..

However, parents, which do you think teaches really good art ?


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Post by wishes » Tue Jun 29, 2010 9:50 am

Any good CCs to recommend in the East. I've been to some & notice the teacher would jus draw a picture & ask the kids to follow which do not suits my dd. If not, any freelance teachers to recommend??

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Post by momsy » Wed Jul 21, 2010 6:12 pm

I would like to know if global art at downtown east is good to. Appreciate if any parents can share.

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Post by ScrappyMemories » Mon Jul 26, 2010 9:15 am

hihi My dd who is 7 years old, has been attending art classes at Artgrainz for the last 2 months and she totally enjoys it. Teachers are great, classes are fun with a different topic each week. We've also seen improvements to her art pieces. Jace, the owner is very nice too;-)
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Post by 3Boys » Mon Jul 26, 2010 10:04 am

Any feedback on Global Art at west Coast Plaza? For a 5 y.o.?

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Post by titank » Tue Jul 27, 2010 1:03 pm

Hi All,

Seening so many Art School website making me confused.Wondering which is the better one to select & of course suit the budget. I had tried the CC but DS gave up after taking up 1 lesson! The Art Teacher seem like not able to control the whole class as there are different age group.

I'm staying around Redhill area, any Art School can recommend?

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