WCAAD children’s curriculum emphasizes specialized and well-rounded courses that build core skills, while pushing children to create distinctive, exceptional and meaningful work.
WCAAD art training program is leading in preparing youths to seek and transform, both as artists and creative individuals. We believe that creativity is the key to shape our children’s future, and our curriculum allows them to develop a creative understanding of the world.
We employ an inspirational method of teaching by arranging our curriculum according to the phases of children’s psychological development and is infused with current National Art Standards. Our approach intensifies students’ interest in the arts, by strengthening their skills in artistic expression.
A carefully calibrated mix of rigorous courses are designed to help individuals of all skills levels get the most of their art education; not only improving their abilities, creativity, but also their intellectual performance in other subjects.
Students ultimately build up stepping-stones to reach their full potential, and we promote a cross culture dialogue through an awareness of historical and cultural context, artistic perceptions and aesthetic valuing.
Through our core fundamentals, students not only improve their aesthetics, temperament, and knowledge, but also their capability of turning creative ideas into finished works.
Whether students simply have an interest in art, or would like to learn more about art careers, our unique art curriculum provides a breadth of knowledge necessary for facing a shifting future and setting them up for a continuous growth.
The Academy’s desire is to instill our students with proficiency in various areas of art study and build holistic views of art and design, as well as meant to be a transitional and enlightening time that will prepare students for their following portfolio preparation and college experience; or at least carry their education beyond the classroom becoming leaders in their respective fields while understanding careers and related fields in Art and Design targeting visual literacy and focusing on process-oriented art, building self-confidence, and keeping art fun!
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