October 20, 2017, 12:12 am
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Inspire creativity through  summer art programs

SUMMER is the best time to involve your kids in a myriad of activities that will make their vacation fun and memorable like art programs that will not only keep them busy but will inspire creativity as well. 

Creating art fuels the imagination and takes it a step further. It is also a way of unraveling what hidden talents a child has. 

This is what Global Art offers. It is school where toddlers, teenagers and even adults are encouraged to unleash their creative potential through world-class art enrichment programs. 

There are several summer art programs that Global Art offers. One is  Creative Drawing. This motivates children to create a one of a kind artwork and not just copy a teacher’s sample. 

Another popular program is Acrylic Painting. Here, children learn how to paint a still life, a landscape and even a portrait using acrylic paints and brushes.  

Global Art also offers another exciting art program which is Clay Art.  Children will enjoy rolling, squeezing, twirling, and pulling clay to create different objects. 

Other art packages to choose from are : 

- 2 Hours Workshop  for busy kids who do not have many hours to learn art

- Multimedia Course (Creative Drawing, Painting and Clay)  or the Sampler Program 

- Drawing And Sketching (for 13 yrs old and above) 

- Cartoon and Comic (for 7yrs old and above) 

Make summer exciting and fun for your kids. Help them express themselves creatively. And art is a good medium to this. 

Global Art has 15 branches throughout Metro Manila, Pampanga, Cebu,  Davao and General santos. Visit their website - www.globalart.com.ph - for a complete list of their  branches. 
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