This workshop facilitates the development of strong, cohesive teams through collaborative exercises using the medium of art. And importantly, in addition to the process of creation, the program explores by means of qualitative research, the thoughts and feelings expressed by participants through their visual artworks.
Participants forge fresh bonds with each other as they engage in expressing their shared vision, in a context that deviates markedly from their usual frames of reference, and a setting that is unfamiliar, yet relaxing.
Besides the satisfaction of unleashing their creativity, the teams get to express their vision and ideas on canvas, discuss the themes with the instructors, and present their work to the rest of the class.
Instructors move from team to team guiding them in the use of art materials to create the desired impact on canvas, at the same time using open-ended interviewing techniques to explore participants’ feelings and bring forth emotions into the open in a way that they feel comfortable with. Akin to group discussions, the moderators employ projective and enabling techniques to facilitate a deeper exploration of various themes, perspectives and issues emerging from the artworks.
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The workshop can be categorized into 3 distinct stages:
Mediums: acrylic painting/mixed media.
Art Materials: paints, canvases and other required material provided by instructor.
Venue: art studio/other locations.
Format: The workshop is well suited for group participants from diverse organizations. Structure, duration and detailed specifications are customized to suit your requirements.
Contact: Ms. Sangeeta Charan, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ms. Sangeeta Charan (MSc, BEd) is an abstract artist who works with mixed media. Over the past 20 years, she has amassed a rich collection of paintings, sculptures and installations, and held/participated in exhibitions in Singapore, Hong Kong, Dubai, Malaysia, Mumbai and Bangalore.
A creative, passionate educator, Sangeeta has been teaching since the early 1990s, in schools as well as at her studio. As an arts teacher, her goal is to inspire, to bring forth ideas, hone skills and develop creativity. Besides teaching techniques, Sangeeta aims to expand participants’ minds through art.
Affordable Art Fair Singapore — 2017 Studio Fine Art gallery featured six local artists at AAF.
Faith, Love and Hope — 4 May, 2018. Charity Exhibition at Assisi Hospice, 832 Thompson Road, Singapore.
World Art Dubai — 18 to 21 April, 2018
Affordable Art Fair Singapore — 2021 Studio Fine Art gallery to feature six local artists at AAF 2021.
Studio: 47, Jalan Pemimpin, #06-03,Halcyon 2, Singapore 577200