At MuzArt, children learn more than just drawing and painting. The holistic curriculum and teaching methods also bring out their confidence, creativity, problem-solving skills, socialisation skills, emotional intelligence and more.
If you want to give your little ones an art education with a difference, MuzArt provides the perfect curriculum and learning environment. More than just teaching kids how to draw and paint, this popular enrichment centre puts a strong emphasis on helping your child thrive and develop in other ways, too.
An award-winning art programme that favours process over outcome
Established in January 2017, MuzArt has helped more than 30,000 young students develop their confidence and creativity in a fun and interactive setting. In fact, MuzArt is the fastest growing art enrichment centre in Singapore, with 10 branches islandwide in just two-and-a-half years.
“Art allows children to explore freely and use their own imagination during the art-making journey, which helps to build their confidence throughout the process,” shares Lynn Teo, co-founder and director at MuzArt Learning Centre. To maintain consistency, its dedicated team of researchers continually refine the programmes to ensure a standard of excellence in art education.
The centre uses the Heuristic Learning Method, which encourages children to learn through exploration rather than focus on how their artwork is going to turn out.
This “mind-mapping” process helps develop your little ones’ confidence, emotional intelligence and cognitive skills, thus eliminating any restrictions that may hinder their growth and avoiding the pressure that often comes with learning.
In addition to encouraging creative thinking, this holistic approach encourages creative thinking and enhances imaginative productivity.
What is more, students are encouraged to cooperate and collaborate frequently with one another – this increases their self-awareness, enhances their self-esteem and brings out their problem-solving skills.
Attentive teachers, fun learning environment
MuzArt’s teachers are trained to engage with their students effectively. They also know that every student is unique, and are trained to assess each child’s learning pace so that they can adjust to that child’s needs.
In this stress-free, yet safe and nurturing environment, your kids will find it easier to learn.
MuzArt’s classes are deliberately kept small, with about one teacher for every eight students. This ensures that each child gets the care and attention he deserves, as well as the personal space to explore his creativity.
Check out its range of courses, which include Junior Art, Foundation Art, Intermediate Art, Advance Art, and Clay Art.
MuzArt has several branches islandwide, including Jurong East (headquarters), Tampines, Yishun, West Coast, Bukit Timah, Hougang, East Coast, Ang Mo Kio, Serangoon, and Queenstown (coming soon).
For more information visit www.muzart.com.sg or call 6909-0760.
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