School of Visual Arts A World in Colour
“Art is not what you see but what you make others see.”
PRIME YOUR CANVAS Bring art into your home
At the Arts Conservatory School of Art, your children will learn to discover themselves and express the world around them through visual arts. Our qualified professional instructors teach both theory and practice in a student-centred learning environment where students are able to learn at their own pace while still being challenged to grow their skills.
Our Current Art Programs
Explore art with your toddler through various activities.
Mini Art Club
Learn about historical and contemporary artists and experiment with different media.
A flexible class where you can work on your own projects or join in with the group.
Discover the foundations of different types of media with our 101 classes.
Master the fundamentals of animation under the instruction of a working animation professional.
Learn under the guidance of seasoned working artists.
Why Visual Arts? How Art Benefits Children
Art stimulates the imagination. It makes you observant, enhances problem-solving skills, boosts self-esteem and provides a sense of accomplishment. It reduces stress and anxiety. It involves practice and care and thus builds up a practice of self-discipline. It helps children develop motor skills and inspires curiosity.
Virtual Gallery See the work of our students
One of the finishing touches of art is how an audience receives the work. Sharpening your skills means developing techniques that allow you to effectively communicate what it is you’re wanting to express. But an important part of that formation is the dialogue with how people interpret that work. Although we don’t require it, we encourage our students to share their work in positive environments that will nurture them and help them grow as artists.
“Miss Jessica never teaches children to draw circles or filling in colours. She introduces children to the world of art. She inspires children to create a masterpiece of their own. The most recent piece which impressed me was a Banksy-inspired portrait of my daughter. I had tears in my eyes when this portrait was presented to me as a Family Day present.”