Patrick Pang

Rush Me Not Art Studio

Apr
06

The children got an opportunity to visit Rush Me Not Art Studio on last Sunday for a day workshop. The children got an opportunity to design a Tote bag each. First, they got to select a design they want and with the help of the instructor, they started to trace the design on the bag itself. One good thing I like about this art studio is its teacher to children ratio. According to the centre in-charge, the maximum number of students they have for a class is between 6 to 8 children.

Tracing

We left the children in the good hands of the instructor who was patient with the 3 of them. Evan initially did not like the idea being left alone with his brother and sister but he quickly got used to it after being comforted by the instructor. The paint used are imported from Canada. Although its an arts workshop, they were also taught about being independent. For example, Evan had to dry his own bag (under the supervision of the instructor).

Evan drying the paint

The children enjoyed the entire session and I attribute this to the instructors who are able to communicate effectively with the children. The children love their art pieces and wanted to go back for more.

The children with their art pieces

We are now offering our readers an opportunity for a free trial class at Rush Me Not Art Studio located at 195A East Coast Road (near Boon Tiong Kee). You just have to quote the code, 3E when call them (Tel: 63488608) to book for a trial class. Sign up for the Sunday Workshops and get $20 off the workshop fees of $180. The workshops will be conducted over 2 consecutive Sundays for 2 or 2.5 hours each time.

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