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Art and Design for Kids and Teens

Draw & Paint (5-7 year olds)

 

The aim of the Draw & Paint programme is to help children know the image components which they want to express and set the units’ direction.

Children attempt to express their emotions and ideas and identifies the objects around with artistic activities done to express their dreams simple and schematic. Pre-school art education gives children’s family an idea about which areas they should direct their children to.

The main aim of the Draw & Paint process is to increase the attention level of students and help them notice the differences. During this process, children take the first steps in the manner of planned thinking. In this way, both personal and artistic development of children are supported.

 

Education programme consists of two one-year stages. With the parent’s permission, personal or mixed exhibitions with broad participation and modern presentation elements are arranged at the end of every year.

 

Acrylic Act (8-10 year olds)

 

Acrylic Act is an inter-disciplinary education program based on research and culture which allows children to express themselves artistic. As 8-10 age range is the range during which children’s basic behaviours become definite, the aim is that children gain the acquiring of behaviourial discipline by getting fun.

Children’s achievement of satisfactory results are ensured during the period which aims the understanding of the knowledge of colours with activities.

Children who begin to express themselves as a value through painting and produce credited works win through broadly participated exhibition at the end of the programme.

The children win through painting try to reach the same level of success in their educational lives and apply working discipline to the school courses.

Education programme consists of two one-year stages. With the parent’s permission, personal or mixed exhibitions with broad participation and modern presentation elements are arranged at the end of every year.

 

I Am an Artist (11-12 year olds)

 

The aim of the I Am an Artist programme is to help children express themselves perceiving art as an aesthetic event by bringing learning and teaching methods related with imaginary development to a rational state.

One of the main aims of this programme is to help children recognize their selves and find a place in their social environment with their differences.

During the programme process in which basic informations on artistic works are taught planned, in which artistic areas the students can be more successful and in which subjects they are more talented are observed and they are directed to the area they want to focus on.

 

Education programme consists of two one-year stages. With the parent’s permission, personal or mixed exhibitions with broad participation and modern presentation elements are arranged at the end of every year.

 

Combined Arts (13-15 year olds)

 

The aim of the Combined Arts Educational Programme which is the final level of the children-oriented art education is to raise artistic individuals who get annoyed by the disorder and takes landscaping as a social responsibility.

Activities aimed to develop the students’ unique thinking, producing and testing capacities are performed furing the programme. Programme makes a great contribution to the mental health by giving an opportunity to express themselves through art. It helps the children know themselves and think about what they want to do. This situation provides great advantage during both the university preperation period and university period.

Students who experience different activities of traditional and modern practices, together with the many fields of plastic arts, according to their personal interests make an effort to produce works for presentation and exbihibition at the end of the first stage of programme.

 

            Education programme consists of two one-year stages. With the parent’s permission, personal or mixed exhibitions with broad participation and modern presentation elements are arranged at the end of every year.