Children Art Class
Every Saturday starting on 7th January 2017
Time: 1:30pm – 3:00pm
Age: 6 – 12 years old
Fees: $60 per month (To be collected once every two months)
TUNAS CHILDREN ART CLASS 2016 SESSION
The APAD Tunas class is managed by Kamal Arts Ltd ( a non-profit art company). It is held at Goodman Arts Centre, Blk E #03-31, located at 90 Goodman Road, Singapore 439053 (nearest MRT is Mountbatten station).
Class is conducted on Saturdays for 1.5 hours at the following time:
Time : 1.30 pm – 3.00 pm
The class is open to children from 5 to 12 years old. Older students will be accepted if they do not mind being tutored alongside younger students. We anticipate the ability and final outcome of students artwork will differ based on their age. We celebrate this variety in our diverse class mix.
This program is conducted by APAD members, is designed for developing drawing and painting skills. Nonetheless, students will also be exposed to handicrafts and other creative activities including batik paintings for a holistic creative and personal development.
We will provide most project materials, however students may be required to purchase their own materials for special projects.
Please refer to our calendar of activities for the year. We will inform parents in writing should the class be closed for events not stated in our calendar.
Terms & Conditions
Fee is $60 per month, collected once every two months.
No fee is collected for June and December 2017.
Payment by cash or cheque to: Kamal Arts Ltd
Fee is due even if students is absent unless we are notified in writing of students’ withdrawal from the programme.
Certificate of Attendance will be given to students who have attained at least 70% of the overall attendance for the entire year.
Parents are not allowed to sit in-class with students. A caregiver is allowed in-class if necessary for students with special needs. There is no handicap access to our classroom studio located on the 3rd floor.
Please contact Ms Lina, Tel 63443369 during office hours for any enquiries