DRAW HK Community Arts Project – Artist-in-residence Programme
For many people, drawing is something that only artists do. With so much instant digital information available online that we can easily download, taking the time to draw can seem quite outdated.
But everyone can draw! As children, we all love to draw and colour, but lots of us lose that passion as we grow up. Drawing is an important life skill. It’s also a useful tool to help us to see and understand our surroundings, and one that can help us communicate with others and nurture our confidence and creativity.
Through a series of artist-in-residence programmes and workshops, DRAW HK engages young people in a range of drawing activities. We are now seeking schools and organisations to join this community art project.
Seeking Schools/ Organisations Participation
Date: 01/10/2018-28/02/2019 (Mon-Thu)
Fee: Free admission
Enquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org / 2214 0177
Suitable for: Ages 5 to 25
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