M-028E : Air Art Clay Art

NSA Course

  • Description

Seniors who are regularly practicing clay art, improves physical and motor skills.

Creating every new piece of artwork helps benefit coordination through small, purposeful movements, leading to less pain and even an enhanced immune system.

Art and craft, in general, allows Seniors to focus less on their chronic aches and pains and instead concentrate on the creative process at hand.

In fact, clay creativity can trigger dormant memories and emotions, inspiring conversations among these patients who normally struggle to express themselves. The act of molding clay and creating some kind of art pieces feels good and relieves tension.

Learning Outcome – You will be able to:
  • Participants are able to scrulpture the 3D fingerines.

Course Facilitator

Ms Pearl Tang

Ms Pearl Tang is a Japanese Pastel Nagomi Art (JPNA) Certified Trainer. She has great passion in art and craft creations and its activities. Her interests include crochets, knitting, decoupage, Airdry clay sculpture, Jewellery-making, Crepe paper flowers, Soft-Pastel painting, etc. Pearl is a certified facilitator and trainer by WDA–ACTA (Advanced Certificate Training to Adults). She has over 15 years of experience in training and education. She is currently a part-time teacher, teaching business studies, English and basic computer skills. Pearl is active in conducting art and craft lessons at various Senior Activity Centres (SACs), namely, VWOS, grassroots organisations including ad-hoc community events.

Registration

Course Details

NSA Subsidised Price (inclusive of GST):

$54.00

Non-Subsidised Price (inclusive of GST):

$214.00

Date & Time Available:

Please refer to registration for available date and time

Duration:

16 Hours

Location:

Online Training Peninsula Plaza Level 6 #06-33

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