Over the past 25 years, we have connected with numerous students, parents, educators and art-lovers through creativity, forming invaluable and long-lasting relationships. Together, we have built a Creative Community. We hope that the power of creativity continues to inspire and influence those around us.
Our instructors, students and parents would like to share with you highlights of their art exploration journeys.
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【Playful Public Design】Inquiry, Ideation and Improvisation
Senior-level students (age 12-18) approached the theme “Playful Public Design” as self-directed projects, while our instructors stepped back to allow more freedom for the youngsters to initiate self-chosen problems and design strategies. They learned to prioritize resources such as time and materials to meet a chosen objective of the country park: conservation, leisure or education. […]
【Playful Public Design】From Passive Learners to Change-makers
Across age levels (range from age 3.5 to 18), we noticed a change in children’s thinking, which led to a change in their problem-solving approaches and solutions, as reflected in their artistic creations. Overall, children’s view point gradually transformed from a human-centric view (solving countryside problems with the comfort and convenience of the city), to […]
【Playful Public Design】From Imagination to Impression
Where do children find ideas? From imagination or impression? In the Playful Public Design (PPD) project, children were introduced to brainstorming by sharing aloud and sketching their ideas of a country park. As some of the children did not actually go to the site, they based their ideas mainly on imagination. For those who physically went, […]