Like playing the piano, painting on canvas is a form of expressive art. However, while not every child can read musical notes, every child can imagine colours and patterns – with imagination comes creativity. Similarly, like playing with digital gadget softwares, painting on canvas helps children calm down and relax after a busy day. However, while digital gadget softwares increase the activity part of the brain, art and creativity stimulates the thinking part of the brain, including right-brain thinking and creative problem solving skills. That is why the more busy you and your child are, the more you need to make space for art to calm down, relax and get creative!
Studio Haroobee offers flexible schedule so that you can slip in art on a busy day! Our courses are conducted in small groups with personalised coaching to maintain a two-way communication with your child, as opposed to a one-way teaching from digital gadget softwares. Our course packages offer 70% structured lessons to build artistic foundation, and 30% free and easy lessons to encourage freedom of expression. Students who enroll with Studio Haroobee are also encouraged to participate in competitions to push themselves beyond their capabilities, and build an unbeatable art portfolio of their own. Let your child become a confident young artist by making space for art at Studio Haroobee!
Lukas Lee You Jie, one of our promising students, has been awarded the Bronze prize in the 2014 UOB Painting Of The Year (Emerging Artist Category) with his beautiful Mixed Media art work. We are so proud of you, well done!
My son started attending Haroobee since he was 4 years old. He has been enjoying it ever since. He is always very proud of his accomplishment after every lesson, very eager to show us his ‘smily face scores’...
Drawing and painting techniques are taught at the school but Studio Haroobee also considers the individual child’s character and temperament and allows the child the freedom to express herself in her own way, in her own time…