Conceptual Drawing and Cognitive Enhancement (Aug/Sep Thursday 10am)


Conceptual drawing is a drawing skill that enables participants to develop and create new art ideas from an existing idea. Participants will also be taught simple drawing skills such as the fundamental elements and principles of arts and rendering* skills to enable them to draw and render objects. At the end of the workshop, participants would have learnt basic conceptual thinking skill to enhance their cognitive development as well as emotional and physical development. *Rendering refers to colouring, pencil-shading, ink-marking etc.

About Dr. Kay Kok

Dr. Kay Kok Chung Oi is an established interdisciplinary visual artist, art researcher and art educator. One of her artworks entitled “Virtuous Cycle” is located at the platform level of Macpherson MRT Station. She has also presented in international conferences and published her works internationally. She is currently an associate trainer at SEED Institute and associate faculty member at UniSim; and is also an advisory committee member for People’s Associate Children’s Art.

Dates : 17, 24, 31 Aug, 7 Sep 2017 (Thursday)

Time : 10am to 12.30pm

Venue : 10 Square @ Orchard Central Level 10

FEE PAYABLE : $42 (includes course notes and drawing object)

Additional items to bring : 
A3 or B4 Sketchbook 
Coloured Pencils (min. 12 colours) 
Drawing Pencils (HB, B) 
Soft eraser 
(Optional quality material set at $13/set includes B4 drawing block, 24 colour pencils, HB and B pencils, eraser and sharpener)

Class will start with minimum 8 participants

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Not eligible for SkillsFuture Credit.
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