Allowing students to enroll for 2 months at a time with a flexible start date between September and June is a convenient and accommodating approach. This setup provides the following key details for the Progressive Development Program:
Target Age Group: Children aged 6 to 12
Enrollment Flexibility: Students have the option to enroll in the program for a duration of 2 months, with the flexibility to start at any time between September and June. This flexibility accommodates the scheduling needs of parents and children.
Program Structure: The program follows a progressive approach where students work in various mediums during their enrollment. It is designed to help children develop their artistic skills and creativity over time.
Preliminary Drawing: The program begins with a preliminary drawing phase, where students learn fundamental techniques for drawing and how to observe the world as an artist does.
Mediums: Students have the opportunity to explore a wide range of art mediums throughout the program, including pastels, watercolor pencil crayons, watercolors, acrylics, and clay. Additionally, there are options for exploring pencil, charcoal, pen and ink, India ink, oil pastels, oil (water-miscible), collage, monoprints, and mixed media.
Class Duration: Standard classes are 1 hour per week, providing a regular schedule for students to engage in creative activities.
Cost: The program is priced at $293.34 plus applicable GST (Goods and Services Tax) for a 2-month duration, offering convenience and a cost-effective approach for parents and students.
This program’s structure and enrollment options provide students and parents with the flexibility to engage in art education based on their preferences and schedules. The 2-month enrollment option allows for a more extended trial period, making it easier for students to experience the program and decide if it’s the right fit for them.