Creativity is driven by collaboration efforts with like-minded people. To build an inclusive creative community, we have been working with passionate individuals, schools, and organizations to create new dimensions to our pedagogy and service.
Joint efforts ignite a creative spirit that reaches out with impact on the community.
Since 2000, the CreativeKids’ spirit has spread to many locations through collaboration with kindergartens, schools and learning centers in Hong Kong and mainland China as after-school art activities, on-going curriculum or special events, making our art education philosophy and practices available to an ever-growing number of students.
For over a decade, we have partnered with many supportive nurseries, kindergartens, schools, universities, centres and organizations where their students participated in our in-studio or after school outreach art programs and workshops.
The synergy between our studio and organization that share similar values and interests has allowed us to serve the community together in many creative and fulfilling collaboration.
Commercial and Educational Organizations
In the past two decades, it was a privilege and a pleasure to work with the incredibly creative teams from the companies listed below on diverse collaborative projects. We are immensely grateful to the generous support from some of these companies and corporations that brought children's creativity to the community.
Parents can play a crucial part in cultivating their children's inherent creativity through nurturing mindset , skillset and attitudes. To many parents , creativity is vague and abstract.
Our Founder , Dr.Angie, is moderating a series of ''Creative Parenting'' YouTube online sessions to talk about parenting, education and creative development with experts from various fields.
The experts share real-life experience and insights on how creativity is tangible and necessary for survival and success personally and professionally in a turbulent world. They suggest practical ways for parents to promote creativity at different stages of their children's childhood and adolescence.
【Creative Parenting Online Sharing Series】Session 1
Guest Presenter : Mr Stephen Chow
(Architect, Lecturer , and recipient of ''40 Under 40'' Award 2016 from Perspective architecture and design magazine)
Live sharing on Nov 27,2020 (Duration : 90 mins)
【Creative Parenting Online Sharing Series】Session 2
Guest Presenter : Mrs Gloria Chan
(Former Principal of Kau Yan School, Education Consultant)
Live sharing on Jan 21,2021 (Duration : 90 mins)
【Creative Parenting Online Sharing Series】Session 3
Guest Presenter : Ms. Tammy Poon
(Former Student of CreativeKids , MBA, Harvard Business School, B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Live sharing on April 15,2021 (Duration : 60 mins)
【Creative Parenting Online Sharing Series】Session 4
Guest Presenter : Kwok’s Family
(CreativeKids alumnus and student)
Live sharing on August 11,2021 (Duration : 60 mins)
【Creative Parents, Creative Kids Series 1.0】
Episode 1: The Children's Perspective
Helio, one of Our alumni, is studying filmmaking in Hungary. Having been brought up in CreativeKids, he shares with us his joyous journey that somewhat shaped his character and outlook on life.
“CreativeKids has prepared me to interpret and analyze world happenings from an angle of creativity," said Helio.
【Creative Parents, Creative Kids Series 1.1】
Episode 2: The Parent’s Perspective
Cissy — the mother of Helio — brought her three children to CreativeKids. Wonder why? She shares her beliefs and explains her tendency to send her children to us.
“I could feel the interaction and relationship of my children with the art mentors. The art mentors became life coaches,” said Cissy.
[Creative Parents Series 1.0] Episode 1: As an alumnus; As a parent
Avis was one of our Founder’s students. Now with her child learning in CreativeKids, she is utterly delighted to have found this unique shared experience she has with her daughter.
“I was convinced through personal experience by CreativeKids’ approach and its environment,” said Avis.