We believe a creative spirit springs from intrinsic motivation, best in an adventurous environment that allows happy mistakes and failures. Competition can be good for children in developing tenacity, self-esteem, and healthy attitudes about participation, winning and losing. Competition can be bad, though, when too much emphasis is on the winning few and
distracting children from their intrinsic creative intention. Yearly we select art competitions that can widen children’s world and appreciation of others.
Our Approach in guiding children in participating in art competitions:
• While there is no guarantee on winning, the emphasis of the art sessions is on helping children to strive toward excellence and build courage to face failure or victory
• Our art instructor/inspirer guides each student to work out a self-chosen interpretation of the competition theme/topic
• With a goal in mind, older student learns to research, and document his/her creative journey as a part of his/her portfolio
*The workshop tuition fees exclude any registration charges from the competition organizer. CreativeKids does not handle any submission procedure for the competition.
For the detail of this competition, please refer to https://hkmie.org/events?event_id=20
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Other class time* and private class available upon request
(*Min. 4 students / NOT private classes)